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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

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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Dunbar Library to host symposium on open access to research

Symposium includes a keynote address by Ohio State's vice president for research on the SHARE (SHared Access Research Ecosystem) Initiative.
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Wright State’s Robert Sweeney honored by state commission for Latino affairs

Robert Sweeney, executive vice president for planning at Wright State, honored for supporting and advancing the interests of the Hispanic community.
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Rise.Shine. campaign announcement

Roundup of media coverage of Rise. Shine. The Campaign for Wright State University: Dayton Daily News: Tom Hanks to lead $150M fundraising effort at Wright State Academy and Emmy Award winner Tom Hanks and Amanda Wright Lane, great grandniece of …
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Tom Hanks’ strong connection to Wright State University springs from his early acting days

Tom Hanks, co-chair of Wright State’s Rise.Shine. fundraising campaign, has a long-running love affair with the university.
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