“I would not be where I am today without scholarships,” says student affairs in higher education graduate student Thanh.
Thanh, who is a recipient of the Wright Fellowship, received her undergraduate degree from Wright State University in 2018 and came back to pursue her master’s degree.
“It just made sense,” says Thanh. “Wright State gave me so many opportunities to learn and grow. I couldn’t think of a better place to continue my education.”
The Wright Fellows Program aims to attract a diverse body of high-quality graduate students to Wright State. Diversity can be defined as differences in ethnicity, culture, orientation, religion, socioeconomic status, gender, age, ability, experience, and thought.
After graduation, Thanh hopes to work in academic advising so that she can give back to students.