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About University College

University College is a national model recognized for programs such as: First Year Experience, Common Text, Learning Communities, Supplemental Instruction, and Service Learning with Civic Engagement.

Academic Help

Recognizing the need for more centralized academic support services to better serve our students, University College combined several student academic support units into the Student Academic Success Center.

Academic Advising

IMPORTANT NOTE: ADVISING OFFICES WILL BE RELOCATED TO 350 UNIVERSITY HALL AS OF MARCH 9, 2015.


Academic Advising & Transfer Services (AATS) is the academic "home" for almost 3,000 new and continuing students and provides resources and guidance to help all students make a successful transition to college.

Testing

University College conducts placement testing in mathematics and writing for undergraduate students. If you are a new student to Wright State, you must complete this testing before meeting with your advisor, attending Orientation, or registering for classes. 

Announcements

News

Celebrating 15 Years of Success

Learning Community Awards

Wright State University celebrated fifteen years of linked-class learning community cohorts on March 12, 2015, at the Learning Community (LC) Awards – also known as “the Elsies.” Learning Community Award recipients from 2000-2013 attended, as well as Wright State’s first Director of Learning Com

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Dayton area heroin crisis is topic of June 19 seminar

Seminar will cover the physiological aspects of addiction, impact of heroin addiction on the community and efforts and resources to address the heroin crisis.
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Spring 2015 commencement in photos

Wright State University honored more than 2,100 graduating students at its 81st commencement ceremony May 2.
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Latino locomotive

Stephanie Patino-Garfias, a political science and communication major at Wright State, advocates for the Latino community and for immigration reform.
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