With the outbreak of COVID-19, classes are now online and no longer in person. Many students are not used to the format of online courses and working exclusively from home.
As of March 20, Wright State students who lived in campus housing have moved out. With few students who were granted extended stay, students reacted before they went back home.
The Raider Open House had the biggest turnout of any event this academic year with 320 potential students along with their families making an appearance at the event, according to Jennifer McCamis, the director of admissions.
The latest report on Generation Z and voting research conducted by Dr. Corey Seemiller and Meghan Grace has recently been published. Seemiller is an associate professor at Wright State University. Meghan Grace is a generational researcher.
During a Wright State Board of Trustees committee day on Thursday, Feb. 20, was voted to sell Wright State University’s private equity investments to Wright State Foundation. Updates were also given for departments and job openings.