Wright State Garners More National Recognition

The United Nations

In February, Wright State was named among America’s top disability-friendly universities in a new nationally distributed book designed to help disabled high school students select a college. According to College Success for Students with Physical Disabilities by Chris Wise Tiedemann, Wright State and four other schools go above and beyond the rest in making independent living possible, offering the most supportive environments for students with serious physical disabilities to live on campus.

For the third consecutive year, Wright State University was
named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction for its strong institutional commitment to service and campus-community partnerships that produce measurable results for the region. Only 110 institutions across the country received such
an honor.

For the 33rd year in a row, Wright State University’s Model United Nations team achieved the highest recognition possible at the national conference in New York City. Competing against 255 teams from universities around the world, Wright State was one of 17 schools to be recognized as having an Outstanding Delegation. The Wright State team also collected several awards for Outstanding Committee Delegates (as voted by their peers) and Outstanding Committee Position Papers.

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