Enrollment Management

Wright State pilot project on textbooks, online access saved students almost twice what was estimated

Wright State will expand the pilot program this fall, involving 40 courses impacting 120 sections and up to 6,105 students with a savings estimate of $651,000. Continue reading

Learning landscape

Wright State’s Amanda Harris presents New Media Incubator research at national conference

Amanda Harris, a communication studies student who interns in the New Media Incubator, helped beginning French students work on their language skills by producing storytelling videos. Continue reading

Wright State expects to post multimillion-dollar budget surpluses after years of deficits

Wright State will post a $7.2 million budget surplus this year and has crafted a fiscal 2019 budget with a $3 million surplus that earmarks funds for strategic investments to bolster tuition revenue and build the university’s future. Continue reading

Wright State will offer organizational leadership degree to Edison State students

Students at Edison State Community College’s Piqua Campus can earn a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership from Wright State without leaving their home campus. Continue reading

New students take advantage of Wright Choice event

A capacity crowd of newly admitted Wright State students and their families took advantage of the university’s new Wright Choice event. Continue reading

Check out the green (and gold) at Raider Open House March 17

Prospective undergraduate students can learn more about life in green and gold at Wright State’s Raider Open House on March 17 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. beginning in the Student Union. Continue reading

Next Let’s Talk forum to focus on student enrollment and retention

The next Let’s Talk forum will focus on student enrollment and retention on March 19 at noon in the Student Union Apollo Room. Continue reading

Wright State pilot project has saved students more than $56,000 on textbooks, online access

An expanded pilot planned for the fall semester could result in savings students more than an estimated $600,000. Continue reading

Wright State adopting tuition guarantee program

Under the Wright Guarantee Tuition Program, newly admitted, degree-seeking undergraduate students who are Ohio residents will pay the same annual cost of tuition, housing and dining for four years of college. Continue reading

Nearly 1,900 students graduate at Wright State University’s 2017 fall commencement

Led by Wright State’s seventh President Cheryl B. Schrader for the first time, students, families, faculty and staff celebrated the commencement of nearly 1,900 students at the fall graduation ceremony Dec. 16. Continue reading