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Raider Open House
Right Here. Right Now. Wright State

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RAIDER OPEN HOUSE

Join us for Raider Open House on Saturday, January 29, 9 a.m., and see why right now is a great time to be a Raider! 

  • Engage with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Explore our 140 academic degree programs, as well as the student services and support available to you.
  • Take a guided tour of campus and check out campus housing. 

Your health and safety are important to us. All guests are required to register for a designated visit time to allow for safe physical distancing.

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Graduate School Virtual Open House

Join us for the Graduate School Virtual Open House February 7–11. Over the course of the week, we will be conducting program-specific events during which you can receive information regarding program length, curriculum, and admissions requirements.

Degrees & Programs Search

Wright State offers 160 undergraduate degree programs and 155 graduate degree options. Type in some keywords and you’ll see we have a program that works for you.

 

Why Wright State?

Named for Ohio's world-famous Wright brothers, Wright State University offers a unique blend of access, affordability, and innovation.

$11,740

Average annual cost
(Tuition, books, and supplies)

15:1

Student-to-faculty ratio

117,000

Alumni worldwide

The People of Wright State

Student Profile

Data driven

Graduate engineering student and data intern Kaitlyn Ellison was awarded the prestigious Cacioppo Scholarship
Interning with a defense contractor, graduate industrial and human factors engineering student Kaitlyn Ellison digs up elusive data and makes it understandable.
Student Profile

Physics fervor

Wright State physics student Neil Pohl is flourishing as an intern at the Air Force Research Laboratory
The Air Force Research Laboratory recognized Neil Pohl, a physics major at Wright State, for his work by naming him Intern of the Week.
Alumni Profile

Thrill of the grill

Wright State psychology alumna Erica Blaire Roby rockets to national fame as a barbecue pitmaster
Erica Blaire Roby was named "Master of 'Cue" in "BBQ Brawl," a competition among barbecue greats hosted by the Food Network.

The Wright Guarantee Tuition Program

You can know what college will cost for the next four years—and we’ll guarantee it. The Wright Guarantee Tuition Program guarantees the same annual cost of tuition, housing, and dining over a four-year college career for new incoming, in-state, degree-seeking undergraduate students. Apply today and lock in one of the lowest tuition rates among Ohio’s four-year state universities.

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Explore Dayton

Dayton’s vibrant downtown and its shops, restaurants, and sports venues are surrounded by a diverse metropolitan area of almost a million residents. Those who live in the Dayton area enjoy an affordable cost of living and housing as well as a rich quality of life that includes outdoor recreation, performing arts and other cultural amenities, professional and college sports, historical landmarks, and almost endless shopping and dining options.

Events

Chris Semergieff: LOCATIONS, LOCATIONS, LOCATIONS!

Tuesday, January 18 to Friday, March 4, 2022
280 Creative Arts Center

Artists of the Bowery Gallery

Tuesday, January 18 to Friday, March 4, 2022
Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries

Literacy Drive

Wednesday, January 19 to Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Various Campus Locations

News

Wright State’s IHE, business online programs among nation’s best for 2022, says U.S. News and World Report

Wright State's ranked graduate programs include Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, MBA, Information Systems, and Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Neuroengineering research of Wright State faculty member Sherif Elbasiouny receives $2.72 million NIH grant to continue study of ALS

The research project employs engineering and neuroscience techniques to study how neurons that control muscles degenerate in ALS.

Wright State Official Social Media

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