When she was of high school age, Lexis Gillette-Corsi lived in Nashville, Tennessee. When it was time for her to think about going to college, she chose a local university. One weekend Lexis took a trip to Ohio to visit a friend, who happened to be a student at Wright State, and Lexis visited the campus. Everything about Wright State seemed like it should be her new home. And now Lexis Gillette-Corsi is as an enthusiastic supporter of Wright State as any one. She admires, among other things, the beauty of the campus, the student-friendly buildings, the helpful professors, and the programs and activities.
A Communication Studies major, with a minor in French, Lexis loves to travel, and has taken advantage of the Study Abroad Program with a trip to France. Lexis is a student representative on the Conduct Review Panel, and is a member of the Wright State chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Whatever she does, she does enthusiastically.
When Lexis graduated in 2015, she left a footprint on Wright State!