Pioneers of Potential

In 1892, the Wright brothers opened their bicycle shop in Dayton. They began to experiment with the crazy notion of flying machines—and changed the world. At Wright State, we see that same potential in you.

Student Profile

Sourcing sojourn

Wright State’s SarahTritle attends prestigious Global Executive Summit
Wright State University business major Sarah Tritle was only one of four college students from around the country who attended...
Faculty Profile

Inside job

Wright State’s Chinonye Chukwu launches pioneering film project with incarcerated women
Watch films written by incarcerated women as part of the “Pens to Pictures” project in the Creative Arts Center at noon on Dec 4.
Student Profile

Going places

Wright State MBA student Tasha Fox turns college experience into whirlwind of overseas study, volunteering
Tasha Fox has taken study abroad trips to Belgium, Tanzania, China, France and Israel.
Alumni Profile

Plumbing fixture

Wright State grad Chris Heeter '04 uses English degree in flourishing plumbing business
Chris Heeter says his his English degree from Wright State gave him the discipline and skills needed to run his company.

Women's Basketball vs. Kent State

Wednesday, December 7, 7 pm
Wright State Nutter Center

Home/Away: Home

Men's Basketball vs. Urbana

Tuesday, December 13, 7 pm
Wright State Nutter Center

Fuzz Therapy in Dunbar Library

Wednesday, December 14,
10 am to 2 pm
Dunbar Library 2nd Floor Atrium

Graduation Ceremony

Saturday, December 17,
10 am to Noon
Nutter Center

Wright State Research Institute chosen to lead $3.4 million project for AFRL

Wright State Research Institute will lead a public-private collaborative effort to develop a next-generation live, virtual and constructive training system.

Wright State recognized by White House for community service

Wright State was named to the 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the university’s support of volunteering, student community service, service learning and civic engagement.

Wright State offering 20 percent rebate again on cost of undergrad summer classes

Wright State undergraduate students from Ohio can save up to 20 percent on tuition by taking undergraduate classes during the summer semester, under the university’s Summer Tuition Rebate plan.