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OUR PHILOSOPHY: SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS DELIVERED.

Want an education with enduring value? The liberal arts provide the framework for crucial skills needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the 21st century.

OUR PHILOSOPHY: SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS DELIVERED.

Want an education with enduring value? The liberal arts provide the framework for crucial skills needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the 21st century.

OUR PHILOSOPHY: SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS DELIVERED.

Want an education with enduring value? The liberal arts provide the framework for crucial skills needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the 21st century.

OUR PHILOSOPHY: SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS DELIVERED.

Want an education with enduring value? The liberal arts provide the framework for crucial skills needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the 21st century.

Wright State breaks ground on Creative Arts Center renovation project

The Creative Arts Center, home of Wright State’s performing and fine arts programs, will undergo renovations and expansion beginning this summer.

Liberal Arts News

Orientation 2014

Let the new year begin!

Over 40 graduate and undergraduate students in the Urban Affairs and Geography and Master of Public Administration programs joined faculty and staff, along with special guest Dean Kristin Sobolik, for orientation on August 21, 2014. 

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National Science Foundation administrator to give talk at Wright State

National Science Foundation administrator and Wright State alumna Jean Feldman will discuss the NSF grant process on Aug. 22.
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Rain doesn’t dampen spirits of first-year students, families on Move-in Day

Using umbrellas, ponchos and tarps, more than 1,400 new Wright State University students moved onto campus on Aug. 21 during Wright State University's annual Move-in Day.
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Chinatown

Interest in learning Chinese has led to a dramatic increase in Chinese language courses, as well as a minor in Chinese studies, at Wright State.
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