Giving to Wright State

Student Success Stories


“When you are a student trying to pay for college, every scholarship means the world,” says Wright State junior Erin Gemmer.


“Paying for college is a big stretch for my family, especially with my siblings all going to college soon,” says Jacob Iller.


Harshini Mallipeddi, a graduate student studying pharmacology and toxicology, is a proud recipient of the Raj Malhotra Education Fund.


“Scholarships have really been a saving grace,” says Wright State student Ben Osborn. “They can make or break a semester.”


“Scholarships have definitely made a difference in my life,” says Wright State senior and supply chain management major Charline Phung.


D’Kaylah Whitley has wanted to be an actress for as long as she can remember. In her native state of Georgia, she participated in several high school plays, musicals, and competitions.