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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.


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Summer/Fall BAH and Stipend Information

July 27th-Summer term ends. BAH and monthly stipends will end that day. Therefore, your July payment will be a little smaller due to the term being less than a full 30 days. There will be a gap in payment from July 28th-August 27th. Fall BAH and stipends resume the first day of fall term on Monday, August 28th.

Fall VA submissions

July 31st-Fall enrollment submission to the VA will begin. You will receive an email notice once your enrollment report is processed. If you have not submitted your fall enrollment report or have updated your schedule, you can submit the forms in-person at the VMC or online here.



Student veterans interview Iwo Jima survivor for Veterans Voices

Wright State student veterans received a firsthand account of Battle of Iwo Jima during an interview for the Veterans Voices Project.
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Sea change

Wright State student Saundra-Anne Morrell brings 23-year Navy career to pursuit of doctorate at School of Professional Psychology
Saundra-Anne Morrell is pursuing a doctoral degree in psychology at Wright State to prepare for a career counseling children and their parents.
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‘Veterans Voices’ story featuring Wright State students wins national public radio award

The story by Cody Stevens, Cole Hamilton and Will Davis aired on WYSO Public Radio.
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Literacy love

Allison Rives, who is pursuing her master’s degree in literacy from the College of Education and Human Services, instills a love of reading in her elementary school students.
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