Wright State University – Lake Campus provides many of the educational opportunities available at WSU’s main location in Dayton, Ohio. However, with an enrollment under a tenth of the Dayton location, the Lake Campus offers an intimate liberal arts college atmosphere.
The campus is also close to the shore of Grand Lake St. Marys, providing a variety of exciting recreational opportunities. Rowing, kayaking and other boating excursions are common features of student life at Wright State’s Lake Campus.
WSU’s Lake Campus features extensive academics for a satellite campus. The college offers about 20 associate’s degrees, nearly 10 bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees in Education and Business Administration.
The Lake Campus’ academics strike a balance between traditional and professional education. In addition to liberal arts subjects like English and History, you can choose to major in Technical Studies, choosing from any of the following sub-concentrations:
Most financial aid at Wright State University – Lake Campus comes from government sources. Available opportunities include state-sponsored scholarships and federal grants, loans and work-study programs. WSU also offers need-based grants and merit scholarships.
Quick Facts about Wright State University, Lake Campus
Small Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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