Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Response

The health and safety of our campus community is our number one priority.

This website will continue to serve as a resource for the university community as leaders at Wright State and around the world respond to the global coronavirus. Information on this site may change frequently and without notice. Please check back often.

Spring Semester begins Monday, January 11. Please review this January 6 email for important updates about course delivery and COVID-19 testing.

How you can be safe on campus:

  • Perform a daily self-assessment.
  • Wear your mask.
  • Keep hand sanitizer with you.
  • Follow posted guidelines in buildings and dining areas on campus.
  • Bring your own water bottles to campus.

For parent and student questions regarding the Wright State response to COVID-19, please call or text Student Advocacy and Wellness at 937-260-0167.

 

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Wright State’s M.B.A. program attracting students from afar, taking distance learning to whole new level

The COVID-19 pandemic is driving interest from out-of-area students in the M.B.A. program offered by the Raj Soin College of Business.

Emerging Choreographers Concert will feature innovative works on video by Wright State dance majors

The concert will feature works created for video and presented in an evening-length film on YouTube from Feb. 26 to March 7.

Wright State Theatre will premiere ‘KARENS,’ a social satire by Bruce Cromer

Wright State Theatre will premiere a video-only production of “KARENS: A Comedy of Very Bad Manners” on Feb. 26–28.

Wright State testing wastewater to detect COVID-19 on campus

Sampling wastewater can help the university to catch infections early and prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 in the Wright State community.