By passing along experience, Kim Demmings ’15, ’19 helps student-athletes succeed
Former Wright State basketball star Kim Demmings now helps current Raiders as the academic advisor in the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.
You can study to become a nurse—or an even better and more qualified nurse—at Wright State. Our CCNE-accredited program helps you learn how to care for individuals and families from birth to death in local as well as international communities. You can earn a BSN at the Dayton or Lake Campus or enroll in our RN-to-BSN program. There is an alternative BSN program that appeals primarily to active duty personnel, veterans, EMTs, and first responders with prior medical training. Wright State also offers master's degrees in several speciality areas, including family nurse, neonatal, and psychiatric practitioner programs.