FAIRBORN — As more students graduate from high school they are faced with the challenging decision of what they are going to do afterwards. Many graduating high school students are seeking a higher education.
This search usually raises the question of what colleges today have to offer prospective students.
Wright State University President Dr. David R. Hopkins gives young women and men a look at what is being done to ensure a bright future for them as far as costs, enrollment, jobs and technology are concerned.
Wright State is a moderately selective institution established in 1967 and prides itself on the fact that it serves all ethnicities. WSU also has a national reputation for excellence in terms of serving students with disabilities. and its student population boasts an 18 percent minority makeup, mostly of Latino background. The university has about 40 percent first generation students from all over who are the first in their families to go to college and graduate.