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Donate to the Champion Garden

The Champion Garden is where the entire community can show their support for the veteran in their life. Honor the veteran in your life or veterans can honor their own personal champions—spouses, parents, siblings, or friends.

Getting Your GI Bill Started

We're here to ensure your GI Bill and tuition is handled correctly.

Veterans Voices

Wright State students wins national public radio award.

Minor in Veteran Services

If you are ready for a rewarding career serving veterans and those connected to the military, consider adding a Veteran Services minor to your existing major at Wright State University.

Military-friendly programs

Wright State University was recognized as one of the best colleges for veterans and active duty military personnel by the website CollegeRecon.

Welcome

We are committed to achieving learning outcomes through innovative, high-quality programs for all students.

Announcements

Summer Registration Information

Summer enrollment is reported separately by term (A, B or C). Suggested enrollment for full-time status is:

Undergraduate Students:

6 week terms (A or B) 4.0 or more credit hours per term

12 week term (C) 8 or more credit hours

Graduate Students:

6 week terms (A or B) 3.0 or more credit hours per term

12 week term (C) 4 or more credit hours

News

Cybersecurity competition expected to draw college, high school teams to Wright State on Dec. 1

Wright State’s Army ROTC and the Department of Computer Science will host the Cyber Raider competition on Dec. 1.

Java for GIs

Veteran and Military Center kicks off coffee drive with a Veterans Voices event Nov. 13
The Veteran and Military Center is collaborating with the Dayton Area Red Cross to collect coffee to support veterans and active duty service members at the Dayton VA, Wright-Patt Medical Center and Wright State.

Red rock romance

Wright State alum Sara Toms-Bergquist works as earth and environmental education ranger near Sedona
Wright State grad Sara Toms-Bergquist turned her love of geology into a career as a park ranger.

U.S. Army names Wright State a Center of Excellence for Nursing

The designation makes the Wright State College of Nursing and Health a preferred destination for ROTC cadets who want to work as nurses.