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BREAKING: Wright State to Deactivate and Suspend Admissions for 34 Curricular Programs

Campus in Winter | Photo by Bethany Althauser | The Wright State Guardian

According to a university-wide communication, Wright State University will deactivate and immediately suspend admissions for 34 curricular programs, including Art History, German and Urban Affairs.

The Academic Efficiency and Effectiveness Review Committee spearheaded the initiative to investigate and review the effectiveness of different academic programs on campus.

“While this decision was not taken lightly, it is necessary to ensure the long-term success and sustainability of the University,” the email reads.

Students currently enrolled in these programs can still complete their degree. Students should receive individualized plans for completing their degree.

“Programmatic plans and procedures for the academic programs identified for enhancement, maintenance and improvement by the Academic Efficiency and Effectiveness Executive Committee will be provided before the end of the semester,” Dr. Amy Thompson, university provost, said in the email.

For a list of all the areas of study that are impacted by these changes, visit the Academic Efficiency and Effectiveness website.

Alexis Lewis


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