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Starting in the summer, First-Year Programs, Academic Success Centers, Foundation Studies, and Academic Advising will be co-located with 5 active learning classrooms and student study space to provide immediate access to all academic support in the new LEED certified, state-of-the-art Student Success & Classroom Building  Learn More

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.  Learn More

Academic Advising

Academic Advising 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. Learn More

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. Learn More

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. Learn More

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First-Year Student Opportunity to Win Cash & Prizes

 
First-year students beginning at Wright State University in Fall 2015 are invited to participate in the summer Common Text Contest for a chance to win prizes of up to $250.  
 
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Boonshoft School of Medicine student recognized for culturally responsive care and giving back to the community

Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine student Jasmin Cortney Scott-Hawkins receives the Oliver Goldsmith, M.D., Scholarship for the Promotion and Advancement of Culturally Responsive Care.
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Engineers Club of Dayton to welcome another Wright State engineering researcher to historic “Barn Gang”

Mike Raymer, professor of computer science and engineering, is the latest engineering researcher to join the so-called "Barn Gang" at the Dayton Engineers Club.
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Family band

Jamie and Chris Suttle, Wright State staff members who are also married, lead a successful country-rock band.
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