Giving

Wright State University Foundation accepting applications for Students First Fund grants for the fifth consecutive year

Program supports student success initiatives at the Dayton and Lake campuses

All Wright State students, faculty and staff with a creative concept to promote student success are welcome to apply for a Students First Fund grant. Continue reading

Powerful partnership

Wright State University receives a $3.6 million gift from Reynolds and Reynolds to create an Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans and new scholarships for business students

The Reynolds and Reynolds Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans at Wright State will support the success of military veterans who are aspiring entrepreneurs. Continue reading

What a difference a day makes

First-time donors on the Wright Day to Give talk about what motivated them and why they continue to give

One couple shares their motivation behind giving, and one grad shares how his gift as a student influenced him to continue to pay it forward. Continue reading

A great environment

For electrical engineering major and resident assistant Emma Porter, Wright State feels like home. Continue reading

Wright Day to Give scheduled for Oct. 6

Donors can make online gifts during the university’s sixth annual giving day

Since its inception, more than 3,300 donors have contributed over $612,000 to student scholarships and programs on the Wright Day to Give. Continue reading

COIL program increases study abroad opportunities for Wright State students

Wright State students had the opportunity to study abroad without ever leaving home, through the Collaborative Online International Learning program. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation welcomes new trustees

Wright State alumni Tony Alexander, Bob Reynolds and Loghan Young and graduate student Doniska Taylor joined the Wright State University Foundation Board of Trustees. Continue reading

Keeping family first

The two longest donors in Wright State’s history share stories of 45 years of giving back

Bill and Cynthia King, both faculty members in the Department of Classics, and John Fortman, in chemistry, made their first donations to the university in 1975 Continue reading

Civil conversations

Political science major Austin Leist wants to make a career out of having civil arguments as a lawyer and possibly a prosecuting attorney. Continue reading

Office of Disability Services honors scholarship recipients at annual banquet

The Office of Disability Services celebrated the accomplishments of 20 scholarship recipients and presented its Golden Spoke Awards at its annual Scholarship Awards Banquet. Continue reading