Academic and Career Advising

The Center for Liberal Arts Student Success (CLASS) helps you complete your degree and achieve success after college.

Academic Advising

We offer the following Student Success services:

  • Professional, knowledgeable academic advisors
  • Liberal arts-focused workshops that support academic success
  • Opportunities to engage with professors outside of the classroom
  • Special events just for College of Liberal Arts students

Career Advising

We offer the following workforce development services:

  • Personalized and professional career advising
  • Liberal arts student career success series
  • Experiential education/Internships
  • Career-related programs and events
  • Liberal arts liaison for all Wright State career resources and services

Career Events

Field/Major-Specific Career Events

Throughout the year, the Center for Liberal Arts Student Success (CLASS) hosts special events created to actively engage students, faculty, and alumni from various academic departments. These interactive Field/Major Specific Career Events include an alumni panel session, student Q & A sessions, and a dynamic networking session. Read about past History and Modern Languages career events in the Wright State University Newsroom.

Internship Expo

In the spring of each year, CLASS Workforce Development holds a distinctive Internship Partners Expo. This event provides an opportunity for students to meet alumni and internship providers from the region representing a variety of employment sectors. Students engage in vibrant networking while learning about the internship opportunities available to them. Read about the 2018 Internship Partners Expo in the Wright State University Newsroom.

Liberal Arts Student Career Success Series

CLASS Workforce Development provides weekly workshops devoted to the specific career development needs of liberal arts students. You can find these offerings on the Career Events page.  

Success Stories

Amanda Harris, a communication studies student who interns in the New Media Incubator, helped beginning French students work on their language skills by producing storytelling videos.
Lukas Wenrick, who graduated from Wright State in April with a degree in social science education, will attend the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Location and Contact Information

Academic Advising

120 Millett Hall
(937) 775-2601
cola-studentsuccess@wright.edu

Career Advising

139 Millett Hall
(937) 775-4268
wayne.stark@wright.edu

 


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