Wichita State University officials this week hand-delivered this apology letter, along with a WSU-themed chocolate bar, to all 67 senior citizen students who took a course on Kansas history in April. A computer glitch prompted letters to be sent to the students, mistakenly informing all of them that their grade point average was zero and that their financial aid was in jeopardy. There was no financial aid at stake; WSU had allowed the seniors to attend the class for free, with no grades given.
Wichita State University officials this week hand-delivered this apology letter, along with a WSU-themed chocolate bar, to all 67 senior citizen students who took a course on Kansas history in April. A computer glitch prompted letters to be sent to the students, mistakenly informing all of them that their grade point average was zero and that their financial aid was in jeopardy. There was no financial aid at stake; WSU had allowed the seniors to attend the class for free, with no grades given. Roy Wenzl The Wichita Eagle
Wichita State University officials this week hand-delivered this apology letter, along with a WSU-themed chocolate bar, to all 67 senior citizen students who took a course on Kansas history in April. A computer glitch prompted letters to be sent to the students, mistakenly informing all of them that their grade point average was zero and that their financial aid was in jeopardy. There was no financial aid at stake; WSU had allowed the seniors to attend the class for free, with no grades given. Roy Wenzl The Wichita Eagle