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Jeremy's Path

Wednesday, March 28 - Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center Theatre, Build 305 6 P.M.

Join us for a night focusing on veterans and their stories. Watch Jeremy's Path which is apart of the Your Path to Our Health film series.

Getting Your GI Bill Started

We're here to ensure your GI Bill and tuition is handled correctly.

Veterans Voices

Wright State students wins national public radio award.

Minor in Veteran Services

If you are ready for a rewarding career serving veterans and those connected to the military, consider adding a Veteran Services minor to your existing major at Wright State University.

Military-friendly programs

Wright State University was recognized as one of the best colleges for veterans and active duty military personnel by the website CollegeRecon.


We are committed to achieving learning outcomes through innovative, high-quality programs for all students.


Summer Enrollment Information

Summer enrollment is reported by term (A, B or C). Suggested enrollment for full-time status is:

Undergraduate Students: 6 week terms (A or B) 4.0 or more credit hours per term OR 12 week term (C) 8 or more credit hours

Graduate Students: 6 week terms (A or B) 3.0 or more credit hours per term OR 12 week term (C) 4 or more credit hours



Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Monday, May 28, 2018

Academic Calendar: Spring 2018 - Summer 2018 - Fall 2018


Wright State to host ‘Your Path to Our Health’ film series

Wright State University will showcase the 14 films on March 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in an installation in the Student Union Atrium.

Latest Veterans Voices video, featuring Wright State student, to debut at Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center

“Jeremy’s Story,” a short video featuring Wright State student veteran Jeremy Dobbins, will premiere at the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center on March 28.

Top leaders at the Air Force Research Laboratory explore strengthening partnerships with Wright State

Senior leaders from the Air Force Research Laboratory met with Wright State administrators and deans to explore research opportunities.

Mission accomplished

Air Force veteran and Wright State graduate Jonathan Granata ’15 finds a new duty in giving back
Air Force veteran Jonathan Granata found a home and the support he needed in Wright State’s Office of Veterans Affairs and later the university’s Veteran and Military Center.