Thanksgiving Holiday Break

There are no classes and most university offices and libraries are closed for Thanksgiving from Wednesday, November 22, through Friday, November 24. The campus will reopen on Monday, November 27.

Students, staff, faculty, and alumni not going home for the holiday are invited to attend Raidersgiving at Wright State University Nutter Center (enter at McLin Gym) beginning at noon Thursday.

Celebrating 50 Years

In 1967, when enrollment reached 5,704 students, the Dayton Campus of Miami University and Ohio State University ceased to exist, and the newly independent Wright State University came into being. Join us throughout 2017 as we celebrate our history and look forward to the future.

We See the Potential in You

The Wright brothers were not pilots. They were dreamers and inventors. Through their persistence they taught the world to fly. Named after these pioneers, we carry on their desire to build, create, and pioneer. What does it mean to be a pioneer? Find out here.

Student Profile

Watch: Rap ture

Wright State’s Jesse Williams pursues computer science degree along with rap music
Video: Wright State computer science major Jesse Williams finds a creative outlet through coding and rapping as J-Williams.
Faculty Profile

Citizen sensing to insights, predictions and decisions

Wright State professor Amit Sheth is a leader in combining computer science with social media
Amit Sheth finds commercial success with a software system that analyzes big data on social media sites.
Student Profile

Presidential campaign

Wright State graduate history student Erix Infante creates exhibit on Rutherford B. Hayes at presidential museum
Erix Infante, a graduate history student, plans to pursue a career creating exhibitions for museums after he graduates from Wright State.
Student Profile

Modeling move

Engineering student Molly Donovan joins growing ranks of Wright State interns at Applied Research Associates
A mechanical engineering major at Wright State, Molly Donovan primarily works on 3D modeling and meshing.

Let's Talk forum on bringing together health and human services programs

Monday, November 27, 3 pm to 4:30 pm
Student Union Apollo Room

The next forum in Wright State University's Let's Talk series will focus on options to consolidate programs in health and human services

Women's Basketball vs Tennessee Tech

Friday, December 1, 7 pm to 9 pm
Wright State Nutter Center

Urinetown: The Musical

Friday, December 1, 8 pm
Herbst Theatre

Urinetown: The Musical

Saturday, December 2, 8 pm
Herbst Theatre

Watch: Money moves

Watch: Wright State students raised $45,695.21 for Dayton Children’s Hospital during Raiderthon.

Wright State professor Jennifer Subban receives 2017 International Education Award

Jennifer Subban was honored for her work with the Leadership Education to Advance Development Program, a community-based youth leadership training program in South Africa.

Wright State to hold forum on bringing together health and human services programs

Options to integrate programs on health and human services will be the focus of the next Let's Talk community forum on Nov. 27 at 3 p.m. in the Apollo Room of the Student Union.