Campus Growth

Shore thing

New lakeside apartments at Wright State’s Lake Campus big hit with students

Katelyn Richardson, a sophomore at the Lake Campus, wants to get her bachelor’s degree in nursing and then her master’s so she can become a nurse practitioner. Continue reading

Lake Campus opens new Agriculture and Water Quality Education Center

The new state-of-the-art facility will further cement Lake Campus’ role as a leader in agriculture education and the study of water quality. Continue reading

Lake Campus to open new Agriculture and Water Quality Center

Wright State University’s Lake Campus will celebrate the opening of its Agriculture and Water Quality Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Feb. 2. Continue reading

Wright State at 50

University hitting its stride at the half-century mark

Originally founded as a branch campus of The Ohio State University and Miami University, Wright State became an independent institution in 1967. Continue reading

Wright State in the 2000s

Wright State continued to find success in the 2000s through financial growth and more student success. Continue reading

Wright State in the 1990s

The 1990s brought a growth spurt for Wright State, as the university opened seven buildings opened, three centers and Alumni Field. Continue reading

Wright State in the 1980s

Wright State University began to shine in the 1980s, winning several awards in various areas as well as creating its first mascot and writing its Alma Mater. Continue reading

Celebrating Wright State’s 50th: How Hamilton Hall got its name

It turns out Hamilton was not a person at all, but rather a reference to a prehistoric river deep below the surface of the Miami Valley. Continue reading

Wright State in the 1970s

The 1970s were a decade of firsts for Wright State University. Continue reading

Wright State in the 1960s

Founded as a branch campus of The Ohio State University and Miami University, Wright State University became an independent institution in 1967. Continue reading