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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.

WWII veteran shares his stories via social media

Jim Martin was in the now famous 506th parachute infantry regiment featured in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers. Jim has began connecting with social media where he has since reached celebrity status by sharing his stories.

Veterans radio project

Wright State University’s Veteran and Military Center is collaborating with public radio station WYSO to create a series of stories on local veterans’ experiences transitioning to civilian life.


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


Summer 2017 enrollment Information

Suggested enrollment for full-time status is:

Undergraduate Students:

6 week terms (A or B) 4.0 or more credit hours per term

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

12 week term (C) 4 or more credit hours

*As a reminder, only classes applicable to your degree can be submitted for benefits. The VA will not pay for courses that are not counted towards your degree such as KNH courses.


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Hundreds of military veterans expected to attend Veterans Moving Forward event at Wright State on May 24

About 100 veterans service organizations are expected to be on hand to connect with veterans at the event.
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Wright State student earns Airman of the Year award

Brontee Jeffries, who has served in the Air National Guard for three years, currently works as an aviation resource manager in the179th Airlift Wing operations group.
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Eight years and counting: Wright State still ‘military friendly’

For the second time in as many weeks, Wright State University was honored for its support and service to veterans and military students.
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