Dayton International Visitor's Program

Also of Interest to International Visitors

Wright State University offers many intellectual and recreational resources that would benefit and interest visitors and scholars from other countries.

ESL Classes. Wright State offers three programs for English as a Second Language (ESL):

 

Multicultural Centers. Wright State has three special centers that celebrate the diversity of its campus:

 

Libraries. The University Libraries are linked through the OhioLINK system and internet to holdings of other major academic libraries in Ohio and databases for electronic research. The Dunbar Library houses one of the largest collections of Wright brothers papers and memorabilia as well as a U.S. Patents and Trademarks Depository Collection and an African American collection.

 

Exercise and Fitness. The Office of Campus Recreation offers intramural sports, including wheelchair team sports, as well as outdoor recreational activities such as rock climbing, kayaking, and backpacking. The Student Union has a state-of-the-art exercise and fitness facility, and other recreational facilities are available at the Wright State University Nutter Center.

Athletic Competition. Wright State offers 16 intercollegiate athletic programs. Men’s and women’s basketball is a favorite at the Nutter Center, but visitors can also enjoy the competition of students in baseball, softball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, track, and volleyball.

Theatre, Art, Music, Dance. Wright State offers widely acclaimed theatre productions, dance performances, and fine arts exhibitions. Students in the theatre, art, music, and dance programs at Wright State learn as they display their creativity and talent for the enjoyment of local and visiting audiences.

Lake Campus. The Wright State University–Lake Campus, is located on the north shore of Grand Lake St. Marys, about 97 kilometers (60 miles) north of Dayton. Wright State’s branch campus offers a variety of degree programs.

Dayton Council on World Affairs. Wright State University has signed a partnership with the Dayton Council on World Affairs (DCOWA). The UCIE now serves as the host institution for DCOWA. Together, Wright State and DCOWA plan and coordinate international education programs and visits in the greater Dayton region.

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a project of the WSU Retirees Association.