On Friday, March 5, Wright State University (WSU) announced that it would distribute $5.2 million in federal aid to over 6,750 students enrolled during the spring semester.
It is important for those embarking on journeys take a coronavirus test and ensure the safety of themselves and those around them.
In an effort to turn the tide on these dwindling numbers, WSU has developed a committee dedicated to recruitment and retention.
The Wright State Guardian’s Nicolas BenVenuto, Clare O’Toole and Maxwell Patton discuss studying abroad with Wright State Study Abroad Peer Mentor Alexis Voisard. Voisard details her experiences from living outside of the U.S., how to become involved with the program and describes her duties as a Peer Mentor.
The WSU Board of Trustees met virtually on Feb.18 and Feb.19, unanimously affirming the retrenchment of up to 113 excess faculty positions.