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Independent Scholars Network

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The Wright State University Independent Scholars Network (ISN) is a program for admitted Wright State University students who have been impacted by foster care.

How the ISN Can Help You

If you are an admitted Wright State University student who has been impacted by foster care, the ISN is ready to help you. We help build a bridge for you if you are ready to emancipate from foster care or disengage from the adoption process into your new home at Wright State. Take advantage of our wide range of services, including help with living arrangements and employment opportunities. Assistance and referrals are also among the services we offer

Learn more about program details and important deadlines.
 

Success Stories

D’Layne Wilens, an Independent Scholars Network student at Wright State, received support from the Rise. Shine. Scholarship fund.
Vicky Lindsey is set to graduate early from Wright State with a degree in communication studies.

 

Contact Us

If you are a student who is emancipating from foster care or you are working with a youth who is emancipating from foster care, please fill out this contact form with the youth's information to receive more information about the Independent Scholars Network.