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Welcome

The College of Education and Human Services is in its fifth decade of service to the region, the state, and the nation and takes pride in the foundation it has laid as an institution and the difference it has made in the lives of our current and former students.

Strategic Plan

The College of Education and Human Services at Wright State University is an influential force in Ohio and beyond for preparing high quality professionals who are change agents in society. With this in mind, the college is continually assessing our role in the community, our responsbilities to our stakeholders, and our goals.   

In the spring of 2013, a strategic planning committee comprised of representatives from the College of Education and Human Services was formed and charged with crafting a new plan to help guide the college through 2016.  The plan will be continually reviewed, updated, and adapted based on the college’s evolving needs.

Our Departments

Tradition of Excellence

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U.S. News & World Report has ranked the Wright State Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction as No. 31 in the nation among online graduate education programs. Wright State was also ranked No. 7 among 52 four-year Ohio colleges for Teacher Education in the "Top Colleges in Ohio: Shaping the Next Generation" database. Learn more about these program and our other nationally-ranked and highly-regarded programs in Education, Leadership, and Human Services concentrations.

Admissions

"Offering diverse programs and concentrations"

Admission to the programs in our college will vary by program. Please consult the website for the program you are interested in for details.

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8:00 am through Nov 6

Our Stories

Wright State welcomes 1,400 new students at Move-In Day

Move-in Day on Wright State’s Dayton Campus began at 9 a.m. Aug. 27, as 1,400 new students arrived at their new home.
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Interest surges in living on campus; more students expected to populate residence halls

More students are interested in living on campus at Wright State University, with the dorms expected to be nearly full when students arrive for fall semester.
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Class act

Wright State’s new Student Success Center features high-tech, active-learning classrooms, writing and math support labs and an outdoor rain garden that underscores the building’s environmental embrace.
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Raider Guardian: Wright State’s new safety app set to launch fall semester

Students, faculty and staff at Wright State's Dayton Campus will soon be able to call university police at the touch of a button.
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