Coronavirus

In good hands

Genessa Merritt, director of Student Health Services, would like students and parents to know that the staff has students’ health and safety foremost in mind. Continue reading

Welcome back

More than 1,260 new and returning students will move into 29 residence halls and on-campus apartments during Operation Move-In Aug. 20-23. Continue reading

Signs of change

Floor decals, door postings and physical distancing stickers have been installed around campus to remind employees and students about public health guidelines. Continue reading

Helping hands

Scholarships and programs help former foster youth thrive at Wright State

D’Layne Wilens, an Independent Scholars Network student at Wright State, received support from the Rise. Shine. Scholarship fund. Continue reading

Wright State adjusts Operation Move-In to safely welcome residential students to campus

Wright State changed Operation Move-In, including expanding the event to four days, to allow new and returning residential students to safely move their belongings into campus housing. Continue reading

Horizon League postpones fall season

A decision on whether fall sport competition can take place in the spring will be determined at a later date. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine students return to care for Eswatini ‘stateside’ during COVID-19 pandemic

Wright State medical students created develop training materials to help health care workers provide COVID-19 patient care in Eswatini. Continue reading

Wright State waives application fee and test requirements for new undergrad students for fall 2021

Waiving the application fee and testing requirement will remove barriers for students who want to pursue a four-year college education. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine students assist with COVID-19 testing

Twelve Boonshoft School of Medicine students assisted Five Rivers Health Centers at two COVID-19 pop-up testing sites in June. Continue reading

Wright State acting grad Matt Neal launches Virtual Theatre

The Virtual Theatre, founded by 2007 graduate Matt Neal, will present “She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms” online Aug. 7–16. Continue reading