Military & Veterans

Stars and stripes

Wright State Army ROTC cadets and the U.S. Army Recruiting Company from Dayton participated in a Military Appreciation Day at Mini University. Continue reading

Wright State honored by State of Ohio for its support for military-connected students

Wright State was named a Collegiate Purple Star campus for creating a supportive and inclusive environment for military-connected students. Continue reading

Services for service

Military veterans were able to connect with employers and service organizations at the Vets Moving Forward event at Wright State. Continue reading

Power tower

High school students experienced Wright State Army ROTC activities and campus life during three days of training. Continue reading

Veterans career and resource fair to be held at Wright State

Military veterans can connect with employers and service organizations at the Vets Moving Forward event at Wright State on May 18. Continue reading

Prediction puzzle

Wright State business student Christopher Broach receives a scholarship to help pursue an organ transplant project

Management information systems Christopher Broach is investigating cancer in organ transplant patients. Continue reading

Nearly 1,700 students graduate at Wright State’s spring commencement ceremonies

Graduating students and their families celebrated the culmination of their education at Wright State University’s spring commencement ceremonies on April 29 and 30 at the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

Eleven projects were selected for the fourth year of Students First funding

Eleven projects received Students First Fund grants ranging from $1,554 to $6,555 in funding. Continue reading

Nearly 1,700 students will graduate at Wright State’s spring commencement ceremonies

Wright State will hold spring commencement ceremonies in the Wright State Nutter Center for the Graduate School on April 29 at 7 p.m. and for undergraduate students on April 30 at 10 a.m. Continue reading

Jump start

Wright State ROTC cadet Caleb Matos sets his sights on becoming an Army Ranger

Parachuting out of airplanes is what did it. Although he admitted having the jitters before his first jump, the experience cemented psychology major Caleb Matos’ desire to become a U.S. Army Ranger. Continue reading