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New Policies: 5 Things to Know Before Returning to Campus

WSU continues to update its covid-19 policies. Here are five things you need to know before your return to campus.

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Can and Should WSU Require Proof of Vaccination? Students and Professionals Weigh In

The Monday afternoon announcement ceasing COVID-19 restrictions on WSU’s campus is raising questions and concerns among some students.

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Wright State Announces New Outdoor Masking Guidelines

WSU Sue Edwards announced Thursday afternoon that fully vaccinated individuals no longer have to wear masks outside while on the Dayton or Lake campuses as part of new masking requirements.

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Eligible Wright State Students to Receive up to $1,100 in Federal Coronavirus Relief

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.

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BREAKING: Wright State Announces Plans for In-Person Commencement

Wright State University plans on holding multiple ceremonies in the Nutter Center on April 30 and May 1 for the Spring 2021 commencement.

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