Students from Wright State provide more than 6,000 hours of tutoring each year while UD maintains a partnership with the district and the Dayton Foundation to operate the Neighborhood Schools Center.
Wright State’s application noted the thousands of clinical hours School of Professional Psychology students provide to underserved populations in the Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus areas.
“This acknowledges our commitment to serving others that is embedded in the very heart and soul of this institution,” said Wright State President David R. Hopkins. “It’s the very fabric of who we are.”
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