Count on Wright State

What’s in a number?

A lot, if you’re considering Wright State University. Each of the numbers below tells a story. People, programs, recognition, and more are counted among our #braggingWrights. The sum of these stories is your foundation to find success. Count on Wright State.

605K
volunteer hours by our students last year

Our students are passionate about helping others. In fact, Wright State has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction for the last four years. We offer many service-learning courses so students can earn college credit while improving the world around them. From tutoring underprivileged children to organizing blood drives, Raiders are transforming the communities we serve. Learn More

19.3
million dollars in scholarships awarded annually

We know that college is a big investment and we work hard to keep a college education affordable for all students. Wright State offers a wide variety of both merit- and need-based scholarships for first-year, continuing, transfer, and graduate students. Learn More

650
military-connected students using GI Bill benefits

With Wright-Patterson Air Force Base right next door, Wright State is a welcoming environment for veterans, active military members, reservists, and their families. Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center helps students apply for the various GI Bills, maintain eligibility, and submit enrollment and tuition information to the appropriate government offices. Learn More

66
percent of students who graduated last year had transfer credit

People with a bachelor’s degree earn an average of $500,000 more over their careers than those with an associate degree. Our Transfer Student Resource Center can help you apply your existing credits to a Wright State bachelor’s degree. Our articulation agreements with local community colleges and our transfer scholarships make Wright State a great place to continue your education. Learn More

44
years as a national leader in serving students with disabilities

Wright State has been at the forefront of disability services in higher education since 1971—nearly 20 years before the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Our visionary initiatives include a campus-wide tunnel system, a first-of-its-kind service dog park, and adaptive recreation. Learn More

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