Wright State University

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Wright State University offers an exceptional, inclusive, and valuable education that puts pioneering students on the path to future success. The university serves 13,000 students, offering 140 undergraduate and 136 doctoral, graduate, and professional degrees. Wright State has a national reputation in excellence in serving students with disabilities and is the first campus in the country to have a dog park dedicated to service animals.

  • The university is named for Ohio's world-famous Wright brothers, investors of the first successful airplane.
  • High school standouts get extensive financial awards from Wright State—the Valedictorian Scholarship and the National Merit Finalist Scholarship award the cost of in-state tuition to qualified applicants.
  • The campus’ underground tunnel system aids students with disabilities and shields everybody from bad weather.