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Independent Scholars Network

Overview

Offering Support to Students from Foster Care

The Wright State University Independent Scholars Network (ISN) is a program for admitted Wright State University students who have been impacted by foster care. This program offers a bridge to students who emancipate from foster care or disengage from the adoption process into their new home at Wright State. ISN offers a wide range of services, including help with living arrangements and employment opportunities.

"Independent Scholars Network provides students with the necessary tools to survive in college and outside of college. ISN program is a great networking opportunity for students, and you are introduced to some great people who can become lifelong friends and mentors. The ISN program has changed a lot of student lives and will continue to help students grow through out their life and college career."
—Vicky Lindsey, ISN Graduate
Read Vicky's Story

D’Layne Wilens, an Independent Scholars Network student at Wright State, received support from the Rise. Shine. Scholarship fund.

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.