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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.

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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News

Some international students maintain campus presence with in-person English classes

This semester, the Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes (LEAP) Intensive English Program has offered most of its English-as-a-second-language courses in-person.

Boonshoft School of Medicine Master of Public Health program provides contact tracing support

When the COVID-19 pandemic began to affect the Dayton region, Master of Public Health Program leaders immediately reached out to help.

Wright Day to Give shatters fundraising records

Annual giving day raises more than $205,000 to help Wright State students
25% of the gifts on the Wright Day to Give were directed to student emergency funds within the colleges, the Deedrick Student Support Fund or the Raider Food Pantry.

Center for Teaching and Learning wins praise from Faculty Senate for help with remote teaching

Faculty Senate formally praises the Center for Teaching and Learning for providing training and programming during the COVID-19 pandemic.