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About University College

University College is a national model recognized for programs such as: First Year Experience, Common Text, Learning Communities, Supplemental Instruction, and Service Learning with Civic Engagement.

Academic Help

Recognizing the need for more centralized academic support services to better serve our students, University College combined several student academic support units into the Student Academic Success Center.

Academic Advising

IMPORTANT NOTE: ADVISING OFFICES WILL BE RELOCATED TO 350 UNIVERSITY HALL AS OF MARCH 9, 2015.


Academic Advising & Transfer Services (AATS) is the academic "home" for almost 3,000 new and continuing students and provides resources and guidance to help all students make a successful transition to college.

Testing

University College conducts placement testing in mathematics and writing for undergraduate students. If you are a new student to Wright State, you must complete this testing before meeting with your advisor, attending Orientation, or registering for classes. 

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Wright State student crowned Ms. Wheelchair Ohio

Wright State psychology major Jasmine Spradley was crowned the 2015 Ms. Wheelchair Ohio and will represent the state at a national competition in Iowa.
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UCIE to host celebration of Persian New Year

Wright State students can celebrate the Iranian New Year during a coffee hour hosted by the University Center of International Education on March 27.
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Wright State to host Orthopaedic Research and Innovation Symposium

Engineering and orthopaedic clinicians and researchers will gather at Wright State for symposium on orthopaedic research and devices.
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Wright State alumnus Jeffrey Cooper on a quest to improve the health of the region

Wright State graduate Jeffrey Cooper takes the reigns as the new health commissioner for Public Health – Dayton and Montgomery County.
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