The Wright Path - Sinclair College to Wright State University Transfer Pathway Program allows you to seamlessly move into a Wright State program after earning an associate degree at Sinclair. 

Joining the Wright Path Program

  1. Apply to Sinclair or be a current Sinclair student
  2. Apply to the Wright Path program

We'll then review your application and reply within two weeks.

Because you know that a college degree is the best preparation for your future, you have started your educational pursuit at Sinclair Community College. Continue your journey at Wright State University. 

Wright Path Week

September 24 – 28
Sinclair College in Downtown Dayton

Visit our table in front of the Tartan Market Place

  • September 24 and 27, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • September 25 and 26 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Enjoy a special Transfer Tour of Wright State University. Reserve your spot by emailing

  • September 28 at 3 p.m., Wright State Student Union Admissions Presentation Room        

Meet Sierra Butler

Sierra_RES_32.jpgSierra grew up in Dayton and chose Sinclair College to start her post-secondary education. At Sinclair, Sierra majored in political science and earned an associate degree. Before graduating, Sierra attended a transfer fair at Sinclair College and was drawn to the Wright State table. The rest, as she says, “is history.”

Why Wright State?

Now a junior majoring in psychology, Sierra feels that Wright State has been a good fit, “It's been good for me because I have learned how to be independent. I don't have anyone asking me if I did my homework or assignments,” she says. "My professors know their subject matter and make it important to me."

Definitely fitting in at Wright State, Sierra lives in campus housing, volunteers as a Transfer Ambassador, and is a part of the Ohio STEM Ability Alliance (OSAA). Sierra has also worked the Phonathon at Wright State. She feels that experience relates to her psychology major, and gives her the opportunity to speak with alumni who can share their experience at Wright State. “Some of them received a degree in psychology, so we discuss what they did with their degree.”

If she gets her “dream job,” Sierra will use her degree as a clinical/mental health counselor.