Graduate students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of graduate student organizations, student governance, intramural sports, and professional development activities.
In particular, the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) is the multidisciplinary graduate student organization on campus dedicated to promoting and supporting research and professional development for graduate students at Wright State.
In addition, Wright State boasts 15 NCAA Division I men's and women's athletic teams with students receiving free admission to each event.
Graduate School Student Services
The Graduate School is a customer-oriented center for all persons interested in graduate study at Wright State University, as well as for current graduate students. As you continue your academic career with us, we hope the links provided on this page will lead you to information that will assist you.
In addition, we hope that you will continue to keep close contact with your academic advisor, program director and the Graduate School in order to ensure that your educational journey goes smoothly.
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Campus Life News
Wright State’s Instructional Design for Online Learning certificate program helps college faculty, K–12 teachers and corporate trainers develop effective online courses.
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The Division of Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement celebrated campus religious diversity with an Interfaith Symposium, the first event in its interfaith series.
The symposium brought together students from many faith traditions, including Sikh, Muslim, Judaism, Mormonism, Buddhism, and more.
The Women’s Center, in partnership with Career Services, received a Campus Action Project grant from the American Association of University Women.
Grant recipients also attended the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders.
The Human Relations Council’s “Speak. Be Heard. Be Considered.” education series and the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center’s “Dear Dr. Hip-Hop” program collaborated to promote nonviolence initiatives in Dayton.
Minnijean Brown Trickey, one of the Little Rock Nine, gave a campus talk, sharing vivid details about her famous first day entering Little Rock Central High School in 1957.
AHNA’s Lunar New Year celebration drew 400 students, faculty, and staff from Wright State University and other Miami Valley schools.
In August, the Office of Affirmative Action will change its name to the Office of Equity and Inclusion.