If you are a veteran or military-connected student, the Veteran and Military Center (VMC) at Wright State University is focused on providing a supportive environment as you transition from the military to college and from college to career.
Who We Serve
More than 700 Wright State students each semester will utilize some form of GI Bill® requiring confirmation of attendance through the VMC. There are also approximately 300 active duty or veteran students who do not utilize GI Bill benefits.
The VMC serves:
- All U.S. Armed Services veterans. If you have put on the uniform, we serve you.
- All active duty, reserve, and National Guard service members.
- Transfer of entitlement, spouses, widows, and orphans of U.S. service members who are using GI Bill Benefits.
- Vocational Rehabilitation students funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs
Services and Resources
Veteran Educational Benefits
Wright State offers two veteran and military related academic programs:
Veterans' Voices Project
The Veterans' Voices Project is veterans encouraging other veterans to share their story. Through this project, we are able to bridge the gap and connect generations of service members and veterans and educate the public.
Online business graduate programs best for veterans, says U.S. News & World Report
U.S. News & World Report named Wright State University's graduate business programs as some of the top programs for veterans. Our programs are ranked for their affordability and quality. Wright State University also offers a Veteran and Military Center with personal support, study spaces, and GI Bill help for veterans and other military-connected students.
Message from the Director
“Reaching Forward and Giving Back”
Welcome to the Veteran and Military Center at Wright State University.
Founded in August 2013, the Veteran and Military Center is focused on providing a supportive environment for all veteran and military-connected students as they transition from the military to college and from college to career.
Much has changed over the past year, including this website. We are in the process of attempting to create a more streamlined and accurate experience for all of our constituents. As you look over our website, please keep that in mind. We welcome any comments or suggestions that will improve our service to you.
Seth Gordon, Ph.D.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.