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Wright State Coronavirus Updates

This page will be updated as Wright State provides more communication on the ongoing fight to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Students with story tips or questions should email guardian1@wright.edu.

Photo of Sue Edwards, outdoors without a face mask

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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Will Ohio Receive Enough COVID Vaccines?

As the United States continues to roll out the coronavirus vaccine, Ohio continues to struggle to vaccinate its population.

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When Will Coronavirus Vaccines Come to WSU?

The emergence of the coronavirus vaccine has shed some optimism amongst WSU students, staff and the surrounding community.

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