International Students

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Office of Latino Affairs

Wright State’s Office of Latino Affairs will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.

Wright State joins the rest of the nation in celebrating the rich culture of Latinos with Hispanic Heritage Month. Continue reading

Wright State celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month


Wright State’s Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center to host events across campus from Sept. 9 to Oct. 17. Continue reading

Staff, units recognized for excellence


Staff are recognized for excellence in areas such as leadership, human relations, service, collaboration and innovation. Continue reading

Enrollment indicators show Wright State serving more Ohioans, becoming more global campus

Enrollment indicators show Wright State serving more Ohioans, becoming more global campus

Enrollment overall — 17,356 students — has increased 1 percent at Wright State compared to the same time last year. Continue reading


Interest in Chinese booming at Wright State
Tai Chi Fan practice

Interest in learning Chinese has led to a dramatic increase in Chinese language courses, as well as a minor in Chinese studies, at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State international students break Ramadan fast

Wright State students, faculty and others gather at Pasha Grill as part of the Ramadan break-the-fast celebration

Eggplant, kebabs, hummus and tabouli never looked so good. Continue reading

International students take the field for summer soccer

LEAP soccer players

Fueled by the fervor of the World Cup, students in the LEAP Intensive English Program organize soccer game at Mulholland Field. Continue reading

On speaking terms

Conversation Partners matches Wright State retirees with international students

New Wright State program Conversation Partners matches retirees with international students who want to improve their English. Continue reading

Video—Wright State program recruits Iraqi students

(L to R) Stephen Foster, associate vice president for international affairs; Hassan Bedair of Iraq's Higher Commission for Education Development; and Ramana Grandhi, director of the engineering Ph.D. program, at a college fair in Baghdad.

A Wright State University program is helping bright minds from Iraq get an education in Dayton, and it’s what’s working in the Miami Valley. It’s all part of an international partnership between the US Department of State and the Iraqi government. … Continue reading

Matters of democracy

Wright State researcher Pramod Kantha studies political transition of his native Nepal
Pramod Kantha

Wright State professor Pramod Kantha is writing a book on Nepal’s transition from a monarchy to a democratic republic. Continue reading