Hanks for the Memories

Academy Award-winning actor/producer Tom Hanks left a lasting imprint on Dayton after touring the National Museum of the United States Air Force, touching the original 1905 Wright Flyer, and dazzling hundreds of Wright State students with his personal stories and experiences.

Dare to Do

At Wright State, we dare you to make waves, make friends, and make a difference. We dare you to pioneer and persevere, to succeed and soar. Dare to do at Wright State University.

Students: Apply for the Ticket Lottery or to Volunteer Now!

Wright State University students can now apply for the ticket lottery to attend the Presidential Debate OR register to be considered for a volunteer opportunity. All debate tickets that Wright State receives will go to Wright State students through a ticket lottery. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Student Profile

Wright State senior overcomes challenges to shine in the field of sports

Alan Hieber, a senior mass communication major, stays active by competing in races and by covering sports for The Guardian student newspaper.
Staff Profile

A coach on and off the field

The Wright State baseball team finished 41-15 overall and in first place in the Horizon League, earning the top seed in the league tournament, which begins May 25 at Nischwitz Stadium.
Alumni Profile

Business is hopping

Wright State alum Janice Hester '77 turned ceramic frogs into artistic career
Wright State alumna Janice Hester ran a successful business making popular, grinning, bug-eyed ceramic frogs.
Student Profile

Turning a setback into a comeback

Pitcher Katie Neary overcame a severe injury that left her unable to walk to join the Wright State softball team.

Open House for Pre-med Students

Wednesday, June 8, 10 am
Gandhi Medical Education Center

Considering Medical School?

Baseball vs. TBA

Thursday, May 26, 11 am
Nischwitz Stadium

Faculty, Staff & Retiree Picnic

Friday, June 10, 11 am
Garden of the Senses (off University Blvd., east of Campus Ministry Building

MBA Information Session

Saturday, June 11, 10 am

Wright State students create life-changing mobile food market

Students launch the nonprofit Dayton Mobile Market to provide fresh produce to residents of Dayton food deserts.

Presidential debate expected to boost interest in Wright State’s democracy initiative with ThinkTV

Wright State and the Dayton PBS member station are collaborating on an online election hub designed to teach K-12 students about democracy and the political process.

Wright State establishes university-wide Compliance Program

The program includes the creation of a director of university compliance position to oversee the university's responsibilities to comply with state, federal and university regulations and policies.