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The College Readiness Program
To assist students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and behaviors to successfully enter and successfully complete a college course of study
Is there more you could do to prepare YOUR students for college success?
A leader in higher education, Wright State is a community partner that provides support to regional high schools through custom college readiness programming. Programs can be administered both day and night and at no charge to the district.
We provide partner districts college readiness curriculum(s) on their campuses that address:
- College Application Process
- Academic Enrichment
- Non-Cognitive Skill Building
- Financial Literacy/Financial Aid
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What Our Partners Are Saying
"Just wanted to say thank you again for the awesome presentation this morning. The kids were a bit wiggly at first and you took care of it and pulled them in—kids were stopping by this afternoon to talk about not knowing some of the things you said...thank you for connecting with them." ~Sue Cheslock, Memorial High School.
Wright State is already partnering with a number of school systems in the Dayton area to promote college readiness.
- Dayton Public Schools
- Springfield City Schools
- Jefferson Township Local Schools
- Fairborn High School
Why Choose this Program?
Increasingly, students are setting their sights on college. They’re receiving support and skills to prepare them for success but recent data reveals they need more.
Nationally, 89% of high school teachers surveyed said students who finished their classes were well prepared for college work in those subjects. However, only 26% of college professors agree. Here in Ohio, 41% of high school graduates need remedial coursework in college.
Wright State University is teaming up with area school districts to help with a variety of workshops. Students will gain the additional tools they need to be successful in their college-level courses. They’ll also learn how to prepare for college life, and pay for college responsibly.
College Application Process
- How to Prepare for College
- Financing the College/University Dream
- The College Transition
- Choosing your Major
- Career Planning
- Size and Student Body
- Recommended Courses for College-Bound Students
- Surviving the First Year of College
- Making the Grade
- Building Your College Resume
- Hip Hop University
- Financial Aid Basics
- FAFSA Basics
- Hands-on FAFSA Workshop
- College Costs
Get Started Now
Schedule an intake meeting hosted at your school to determine the needs of your students.
Contact Wright State to learn more about how your district can become our newest partner.