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Academic Affairs

Programs

  • This fund supports the expenditures related to support Air Force ROTC, including financial support to cadets in the form of scholarship dollars and textbooks or other assistance
  • Available to admitted transfer students who are Ohio residents pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or Medicine (STEMM); 3.0 GPA or above.
  • This fund supports expenses related to first year experience programs including First Weekend, and many other first year initiatives
  • This fund was established to provide support for expenditures related to General Education, which may include support for student travel and other student activities, speakers' fees, and purchase of general education books and other materials.
  • This fund was established to benefit the Honors Program.
  • This fund was established to provide financial support for use by the Ohio Core and/or PK-12 programming.
  • This fund was established as support for the Service Learning and Civic Engagement program and may include supplies, travel and other related expenses.
  • This fund was established to fund expenses used for advancing and improving the quality of teaching, instruction, and faculty development.
  • This scholarship is for graduates of the Upward Bound Program.
  • This fund supports the Wright State University Honors Institute operating expenses, including publicity, student internship stipends, conference and speaker fees/expenses, curriculum development costs, etc.
  • This fund was established for any and all expenses associated with the Youth and Family Forum held in the fall each year, including food, space rental and publicity.

Scholarships

  • This scholarship is for WSU Army ROTC cadets who exhibit the leadership attributes that epitomize 2LT Eric Payton.
  • This scholarship supports the WSU ROTC cadets, who have a minimum gpa of 2.5.
  • This fund was established to recognize and provide financial encouragement to CT&L student employees. Recipient must be employed by CT&L and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0.
  • This scholarship supports students participating in service learning or civic engagement.
  • Funds will be used to support the Office of Service Learning through the DP&L Service Learning Scholar Award and other program support
  • This scholarship is for students who are the first members of their family that is going to college.
  • This scholarship was established by Mr. Salsburg (B.A., Religion, 1976) before his death to encourage academic excellence. Available to junior and senior Honors Program students who have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA, are in good standing, and are working toward graduation as University Honors Scholars (visit University Honors Program Student Handbook); the selection committee seeks to reward the applicant who best exemplifies Frank Salsburg's combination of academic excellence, strong vocational goals, and a record of service to campus and community
  • This Scholarship supports students enrolled in the Honors Program
  • This scholarship supports the students of Art and Art History
  • This award is open to students who have been inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Wright State Chapter
  • Scholarships for students transferring to Wright State from Sinclair Community College.
  • This scholarship provides funds for underrepresented students attending Wright State University through a process set up in OCAN

Athletics

Programs

  • To help fund a new full time position, Academic Advisor/Learning Specialist
  • To provide support for the Department of Athletics through funding renovations & continual upkeep of the locker rooms/team rooms at the various athletic facilities.
  • Athletics general fund serves the area of greatest need in the Athletics department
  • Supports the area of greatest need for Wright State's Baseeball team
  • To provide ongoing support of the Department of Athletics Life Skills Program for the benefit of the student-athletes.
  • This fund was established to offset increases in salaries and expenses associated with Men's basketball program.
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the Golf program.
  • This fund was established to fund a graduate assistant for baseball for 2 years, and third year funding to support a full time assistant baseball coach.
  • Financial support for the construction and continued preservation of the hitting facility utilized by baseball, softball, and golf.
  • To support Lake Campus Women's Basketball team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the Men's Basketball team
  • Provide financial support for the use of a licensed barber to cut and groom the men's basketball student athletes hair and beards on a regular basis.  Permissible per NCAA Bylaw 16.3.1.1, the barber service can be classified as a "personal development service."
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the Men's Cross Country team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the support Men's Soccer team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the support Men's Tennis team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the support Softball team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need in the volleyball team
  • Supports the area of greatest need for Wright State's Women's Basketball team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the Women's Cross Country team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the Women's Soccer team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the support Women's Tennis team
  • This fund supports the areas of greatest need of the Women's Track Team team
  • To provide financial support for the Golf Team through funding the purchase and continual upkeep of a van for team transportation and for Trackman equipment (doppler radar) for use in teaching and practice.

Scholarships

  • This scholarhsip was established for baseball students. Recipient should have a high level of baseball ability/professional prospect, be in good academic standing, meeting NCAA guidelines, and have a commitment to community service.
  • This scholarhsip was established to help support a member of the WSU cross country team and be in good standing at WSU.
  • This fund was established for volleyball players. Recipient must be a junior or senior who is a proven team leader and is in good academic standing. This scholarship be renewed.
  • Athletic Scholarships
  • This scholarship was established for student athletes. Recipient must be a WSU men's basketball player, in good academic standing. This scholarship is renewable.
  • This scholarship provides the support for Men's Basketball which can include tuition, books, and room & board.

Boonshoft School of Medicine

Priority Funds

  • Used at the discretion of the Dean of the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Scholarship support for BSOM minority students.
  • Supports medical students.
  • To support Boonshoft School of Medicine student travel fund.
  • Assists medical students with funds to support expenses incurred during the performance of, or in reporting the results of, their research.

Community Outreach

  • For support of the Boonshoft School of Medicine by alumni.
  • Provides support for Boonshoft School of Medicine/Student/ Community Projects.
  • To further the mission of the Breastfeeding Institute (an affiliation of faculty, staff, students, and community stakeholders united in their support of breastfeeding as an evidence-based practice central to public health and well-being) to promote breastfeeding as a community norm, provide and promote breastfeeding education, and encourage professional support of breastfeeding families.
  • Supports program needs for Calamityville.
  • To establish an account to support the activities planned to commemorate the Center's 25th anniversary; after all event expenses are paid, any remaining balance will be transferred to the Center's Legacy Fund.
  • Supports clinical research related to obesity and its comorbidities in populations of children and adolescents.
  • Established to help provide funding for community service projects coordinated by students. Awards will be made annually and the selected project must demonstrate the potential to significantly impact the health and well being of individuals in the community.
  • To establish an endowed account to support the ongoing activities and special events hosted and coordinated by the Center for Healthy Communities. The distribution of funds will be used to support the Endowed Directorship for the Center along with other programs, including, but not limited to, funding: community academic partnership and service learning activities, Community health worker & Kinship Navigator activities, seed grants to "Health Promotion" award recipients, & other activities as deemed appropriate per the discretion of the Center's Director.
  • Provides program support for the Dayton Clinical Oncology Program.
  • Sponsorship for the annual Drive for a Difference Golf Outing.
  • Established to provide financial support of an annual lectureship in the department of Pharmacology and Toxicology. The lecturer will be a prominent nationally or internationally recognized speaker.
  • Established to support WSU BSOM Global Health Initiative's interest in international medicine by providing monetary support for medical students interested in participating in an international elective or rotation, and support for projects, lectures, and discussion groups related to international medicine.
  • Program support for Healer's Art Program and annual medical symposium on issues related to Healer's Art.
  • To support program expenses
  • Provides support for Primary Care Senior Education trips.
  • Supports production of a medical education film relating to medical ethics.
  • Gifts will support the 5K race, a student-led benefit, for Reach Out Montgomery County.
  • Provides program support for the Reach Out Dayton programs. Helps vulnerable populations gain access to healthcare services (clinic/pharmacy) through 660+ medical professional volunteers, medical student volunteers, interpreters and other community healthcare volunteers.
  • Provides funds for capital construction for medical student housing in Swaziland.

Academic Divisions

  • Funds are to be awarded to a Master's of Science student of the Pharmacology & Toxicology Department.
  • Aerospace Residency fund is designated for use by Aerospace Medicine.
  • Supports memorial bricks in Rockafield Cemetery and departmental programs
  • Supports the area of greatest need in family medicine enhancement program at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Provides for the costs of Continuing Medical Education Vascular Surgery Program.
  • Used at the discretion of the Department of Dermatology toward the establishment of a psoriasis treatment center or other dermatological use.
  • Provides financial support for Surgical Residents of the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Was established to be used in the Department of Dermatology at the discretion of the Department Chair.
  • Was established to be used for any purpose which supports the Department of Dermatology, as determined by its chair.
  • Provides discretionary support for the Emergency Medicine program.
  • Serves the area of greatest need at Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Was established to support educational efforts in health systems management.
  • Was established for operating support for the Horizons in Medicine program.
  • Supports the development of the Department of Internal Medicine.
  • Provides program support for the Department of Surgery.
  • Provides discretionary support determined by the President of WSU and the Dean of the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Provides support for trauma education, research, and injury prevention and the needs of the WSUDOS Division of Trauma and Critical Care in honor of Dr. Mary C. McCarthy.
  • Was established for renovation and addition of the Fredrick A. White Health Center.
  • Was established to support an annual symposium held at the EB meeting on the topic of Neural Control of Breathing.
  • Supports the Nicholas J. Thompson Distinguished Professorship in OB/GYN.
  • Was established to provide operating support for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
  • Was established for unrestricted support for the department of OB-GYN's academic, research and program initiatives.
  • Was established to be used at the discretion of the Dean of the School of Medicine and the Ophthalmology Department Head.
  • This fund will support residents in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation and other expenses associated with the residency program.
  • Supports Pathology related continuing medical education events.
  • Supports budgetary needs in the field of Pathology.
  • Supports research in the field of human microbiome.
  • Supports the needs of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology.
  • Established as a memorial fund for Dr. Greg Maupin, this fund supports the are of greatest need for the Plastic Surgery Program.
  • Supports the area of greatest need for the Department of Geriatrics.
  • Established to carry out the Fordham Foundation professional Development Fellowship program in Law, Health Care and Aging.
  • Was established to be used at the discretion of the Dean of the School of Medicine for direct student benefit.
  • To support a yearly Lecture Series at the BSoM, WSU, Surgery Department. Expenses paid include: speaker honorarium, travel, hotel accommodations, food, and other necessary items determined by the committee and department Chair.
  • Provides resources for SNMA to support medical students, such as stethoscopes at graduation.
  • Supports the future growth of the WSU Department of Surgery.
  • Was established to be used at the chair's discretion to support departmental growth, Resident Training and Staff satisfaction.
  • Supports resident research in the Department of Surgery for the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Supports research and educational programs for the Surgery Resident staff.
  • Provides operating support for the Surgical Simulation Training and Education Program.
  • Supports the activities in Internal Medicine.

Scholarships and Loans

  • Established to create scholarships and provide student resources at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Was established as a zero interest loan to medical students with dependents.
  • Supports the ongoing operation and expenses of the organization.
  • For graduating residents in psychiatry who best embody the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to integrate both the biological and dynamic aspects of human behavior in such manner as to provide the highest level of treatment for patients.
  • Supports continuing minority medical students.
  • Pharmacology/Toxicology scholarships.  See Agreement.
  • Supports the WSU Boonshoft School of Medicine's interest in international medicine by providing monetary support for medical students interested in participating in an international elective or rotation in underserved areas
  • Established for zero interest loans to medical students from rural areas.
  • Established to give financial encouragement to future clinicians to engage in research activities. Recipient must be enrolled in WSU BSOM or be a resident in one of the affiliated residency programs. They must demonstrate a genuine interest in research. First preference will be given to those involved in a research project relating to rehabilitation.
  • This fund is being established in memory of Sean Bush to provide scholarships for BSOM students.
  • To provide scholarship money for medical students who choose to go into surgery. Also may be used for sponsoring a student in surgery for presenting a poster or paper on behalf of the dept. (travel); attendance to a surgical related conference (registration fees); attendance to a surgical course (course fees), etc.
  • Supports the Department of Emergency Medicine.

Faculty Development

  • Established to support research.
  • WSU Boonshoft Physician Leadership Development Program (BPLDP) prepares future physicians for leadership roles in order to shape the health care of the future. This organization was designed to help current students and alumni network and learn more about medicine, public health, and management. These funds will be used for future guest lecturers, academic discussions, social networking for BPLDP, and general program support.
  • Established to be used for program expenses.
  • Established to encourage professional development of School of Medicine faculty. The school will fund programs and activities in the facilitating skills development, linking institutional and professional goals, cultivating junior faculty and recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty.
  • Provides program support for Cell Biophysics.
  • Provides funding to support the Weekend Intervention Program.
  • Supports research in Psychiatry at the Chair's discretion.
  • For Nursing students enrolled in the Child & Adolescent Health Clinical Nurse/Pediatric Nurse Program.
  • A grant agreement between the Kettering Fund, WSU School of Medicine and Discovering New Horizons.
  • Provides funding for faculty professional development in the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Supports the Chair of Surgery.
  • Provides seed money grants for Emergency Medicine resident research.
  • Supports an endowed chair in Family Medicine in the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Used at the discretion of the Chairman or Head of the Division of Human Biology.
  • Established to benefit research activities such as the purchase of needed equipment and supplies, funding to attend professional conferences, and salary for student workers.
  • Provides financial support of Orthopaedic Research and Education within the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
  • Supports Dr. Prochaska's research in energy conservation in humans.
  • Supports the areas of greatest need for surgical oncology.
  • Provides funding for research ideas directed toward the treatment and cure of major diseases.
  • Created for general operating support for lab animal resources.
  • Established to assist in the financial support of an annual anatomy lecture.
  • Supports the students who excel in the undergraduate courses in Latin American History.
  • Created to be used for any expenses in neurology.
  • Developed to support an endowed chair for Health Systems Management in the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Established for research and aid on osteoporosis - supporting the Biomedical Imaging Lab.
  • Established to provide budget support for the Petticrew Research Laboratory including salary benefits, supplies and equipment.
  • Supports the public health research related to community issues and Boonshoft School of Medicine promotion and outreach.
  • Established to provide salary and support for rehabilitation research.
  • Established to be used at the discretion of the chair of rehabilitation medicine.
  • Supports the Substance Abuse Resources & Disability Issues Program to be used at the discretion of the Director.
  • Established to support the surgical oncology project in the Department of Surgery at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Established to provide operating support for the US-Israel Emergency Preparedness Collaboration initiative within the Center for Global Healthy Systems, Management and Policy.
  • Established to support salary and benefits support for the Department of Pediatrics.
  • Provides suport for a biennial review and update of the Wyatt Family Foundation Patient Centered Medical Home for People Living with Dementia to reflect updates and changes in local, state, or federal regulations. It will also fund a biennial conference to assess the effectiveness of the program

Other

  • Funds can be used at the discretion of the Chair for the Department of Biochemistry/Molecular Biology to support cancer research.
  • Supports the costs of annual Match Day events.
  • Provides funding for graduate student education (supplies, journals, etc.)
  • Used to establish an annual lectureship in long term care.
  • Supports participation of medical students and residents in the American College of Physicians.
  • Supports the dermatology residents.
  • Created for the purchase of books, journals, etc. for the department of dermatology.
  • Established to fund the annual Medicine Ball.
  • Created to support physiology and modeling research and teaching including but not limited to collaboration, travel, equipment, supplies and student support.
  • Established to support activities of the POMmed Student Organization.(Population-Based Medicine)
  • Supports the research of pregnancy-associated disorders (preeclampsia, intrauterine growth restriction, premature birth) to help mothers and their babies.
  • Used at the discretion of the Associate Dean for Research Affairs.
  • Established for equipment purchases for the Simulation Center (in Emergency Medicine).
  • For medical students' needs to be determined by the Associate Dean of Student Affairs.
  • Established to sponsor an annual community event or lectureship developed by the Dept. of Community Health to address issues of health or health care a they interface with faith, culture, social, or public policy concerns.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

  • Funds can be used at the discretion of the Chair for the Department of Biochemistry/Molecular Biology to support cancer research.
  • Funds can be used at the discretion of the Chair for the Department of Biochemistry/Molecular Biology for operational expenses.

Programs

  • To support activities, programs, and expenses for the BSOM Student Muslim Association
  • To support program expenses of the Department of Psychiatry at the discretion of the chair
  • Supports Resident Training in the Department of Dermatology
  • This fund will support travel expenses for residents in the Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation.
  • The Rachel Naomi Remen M.D. Endowment Fund was created in honor of Dr. Remen. The fund will support the Remen Institute for the Study of Health and Illness.
  • To support the Remen Institute for the Study of Health and Illness.
  • To support resident research.
  • For gifts that will support student awards
  • To assist the People's Silver Scalpel Award recipient with travel expenses associated with securing a residency.
  • To support the activities of the Student Surgery Interest Group.
  • To support yearly psychodynamic psychotherapy lecture series at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, Wright State University, Psychiatry Department.
  • Established by the Department of Surgery for gifts that will support research, education, and residents.
  • This fund will support expenses associated with the department's residency program.

Scholarships

  • For first and second-year medical students with financial need at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • For African American medical students. Acadmeics and financial need will be considered.
  • To support BSoM students interested in practicing in anesthesiology; established in memory of  Dr. Alex T. Porter
  • For second year medical students with financial need and have reached the top half of their class. The medical student must have volunteer activities and leadership qualities. Medical students expressing interest in Pathology and/or underrepresented in medicine will be given first preference
  • Established endowment. Scholarship support for minority females who are interested in supporting urban health issues.
  • Supports medical students.
  • For graduates of the Horizons in Medicine Program.
  • Helps medical students at Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • For medical students who are top academic achievers.
  • Helps medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Established to educate selected medical students to become future leaders in healthcare. Half of the funds are for scholarships and half of the funds are used for operational costs to develop and operate the Boonshoft Physician Leadership Development Program.
  • For medical students with financial need.
  • Scholarship fund to support medical students who are disadvantaged or have need, as determined by BSOM's Office of Financial Aid or Admissions, are in good academic standing, and show volunteer and leadership qualities demonstrated through an essay.
  • Recipients of this scholarship will be deserving physicians who are enrolled in Aerospace Medicine Resident Programs who are US citizens.
  • Scholarship support for BSOM students with financial need.
  • To support medical students who are in the top 25% of their class and exhibit financial need. Preference should be given to those interested in Emergency Medicine.
  • For 4th year medical students. The student must excelled academically and have demonstrated caring, compassion, and empathy toward patients. Also, demonstrated the ability to mentor and teach others. First preference is to a student who express interest in radiology.
  • For 3rd or 4th year medical students interested in Pediatrics.
  • Scholarships for medical students who are underrepresented in medicine and are considering a primary care specialty. Endowment created 5/10/16. Reached minimum threshold, initially created as "Intent to Endow."
  • For third-year medical students.
  • For second-year medical students who are involved in Boonshoft School of Medicine activities.
  • For medical students who have Community Service activities or dependent children.
  • Supports medical students who want to engage in medical activities related to international medicine and global health.
  • Helps medical students at Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • For 4th year medical students pursuing a specialty in OB/GYN.
  • Helps medical students, who are in the top 50% of their class.
  • Helps medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Established for a WSU SOM Aerospace Medicine Resident Program.
  • Supports students demonstrating financial need.
  • Established to admit promising undergraduates from WSU and UD to the Boonshoft School of Medicine. One student from WSU and UD will receive a scholarship.
  • Helps medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • For medical students who are planning a career in Family Medicine.
  • Helps medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Helps medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Supports African-American students pursuing a course of study in Surgery.
  • To support medical students interested in Family Medicine in a rural setting with a preference toward students who are married and have children.
  • For medical students who plan on practicing in a rural area.
  • For medical students in their third or fourth year who are interested activitites relating to global health or medical research.
  • For fourth-year medical students doing a rotation in an underserved area.
  • Supports a medical student who completes an elective with a Greene County physician.
  • For 4th-year medical students who have expressed an interest in OB/GYN.
  • For 4th-year medical students who have expressed an interest in OB/GYN practice.
  • For a minority medical student interested in primary medicine.
  • For female medical students who are single.
  • Scholarships for BSOM 4th year medical students, matched into a pathology residency program, demonstrating financial need and in good academic standing.
  • For fourth-year medical student who are doing an international rotation.
  • For medical students who have graduated from Lake or Geauga County, Ohio.
  • For medical students who plan on practicing in radiation oncology.
  • Established for a scholarship for Geriatric Medicine. Recipient must be a senior at WSU BSOM; preference will be given to women; candidate must agree to practice in a primary care discipline that provides health care for geriatric population in the Dayton area for 2 years.
  • For Wright State students who have been accepted to the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • For medical students who are Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society members.
  • Scholarships for medical students who are considering a primary care specialty with a preference in working with disadvantaged populations in Ohio or contiguous states.
  • Helps medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Supports medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Awarded to a medical student with a strong preference for primary care, who exhibits financial need and has displayed a desire to make a difference in society.
  • For minority medical students.
  • Scholarship for a 3rd or 4th year medical student being an underrepresented minority, have demonstrated financial need, and be a student in good standing in the Wright State University School of Medicine.
  • For a medical student going into their fourth-year who has demonstrated leadership qualities.
  • Scholarship support for BSOM students
  • To provide one fourth year medical student with the cost incurred during the application process to ophthalmology residency
  • Established to provide financial support for outstanding African American medical students at WSU. Recipient must be in their third or fourth year, in good standing and an outgoing leader demonstrating excellence in community service and class activities.
  • Established to provide financial support to medical students who have demonstrated an ongoing interest in and contributions to the fine arts.
  • For fourth-year medical students who demonstrate compassion in patient care.
  • For fourth-year medical students who plan to serve a internship in an underserved area.
  • To support medical students from Clark County Ohio attending the BSOM.
  • For medical students who are Phi Rho Sigma members.
  • To support medical students who have demonstrated, through current and past activities, a strong commitment to children's health and well-being
  • Supports fourth-year medical students who have shown academic excellence.
  • For fourth-year medical students who have shown leadership qualities in their OB/GYN clerkship.
  • For medical students who are married and have children.
  • Assists students in educational programs in the Dept.of Population & Public Health Sciences.
  • Supports medical students at Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • For female medical students who are interested in Primary Care.
  • Provides support to medical students.
  • For second-year medical students.
  • Helps third or fourth year medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • Established for medical students who embody Dr. Reece's humanism and compassion, and who possess a strong moral compass.
  • Helps medical students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • For medical students from Greene County.
  • To provide scholarship assistance to female BSoM students who are underrepresented minorities, are in good academic standing, and have financial need.
  • This scholarship supports medical students who have financial need.
  • To provide financial support to third and fourth year students of Wright State University's Boonshoft School of Medicine
  • For fourth-year medical students who demonstrate exemplary compassion in their OB/GYN clerkship.
  • For medical students who are planning a career in Primary Care.
  • Supports the members of Alpha Omega Alpha who have strong scholastic abilities,and qualities that demonstrate sincerity, strong service, commitment, and dedication to mankind.
  • Scholarship for a student entering into Family Medicine residency and has not received any type of Family Medicine source-award or scholarship in his or her 4th year. The award will be presented at the pre-graduation student recognition ceremony.
  • Provides financial support and encouragement for medical students who may be challenged with balancing family and medical school while also aiming to support mothers pursuing a career in medicine.
  • To support 4th year medical students, who have demonstrated passion for patient care, with a strong preference given to those pursuing a career in Physical Medicine and Rehab.
  • To support medical students with a strong preference given to those interested in Public Health, Global Health, Preventive Medicine, and/or Occupational Medicine.
  • For medical students who have completed at least one year at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  • For medical students who have a record of campus or community service.

Scholarships/Awards

  • To support the Family Medicine Awards and The Ladder Program.
  • To support scholarships for medical students who are underrepresented in medicine and considering an Ophthalmology specialty.
  • Recipients of the Wonka Golden Ticket Scholarship will be first year students in the BSoM.

College of Education & Human Services

Priority Funds

  • For Dean's discretion to include, but not limited to Faculty travel; reassigned time for faculty research, writing grants, or developing new course or programs, stipends for graduate assistants who assist faculty with special projects. Donor restrictions state fund should not be used for student scholarships.
  • Established for faculty and program development in the CEHS
  • Established to fund scholarships for CEHS students

Programs

  • This fund helps with students and HPR program expenses related to the Athletic Training program in the College of Education.
  • To support the Conversations for Change (C4C) program. This program is training WSU addiction counseling students through direct client interaction. C4C is a community partner initiative to reduce opiate overdose deaths, related crime, and the stigma associated with addiction in addition to training and preparing future addiction counseling workforce through direct client interaction.
  • This fund supports the Dayton Holocaust Collection
  • This fund supports the launch of the Dayton Regional STEM school
  • This fund supports the academic activities and scholarships
  • This fund was established for the operation of the pilot El Puente Learning Center outreach project.
  • This scholarship is for continuing Sociology majors who have a minimum gpa of 2.5.
  • This fund supports the Reading Recovery Program at Wright State University
  • This fund was established to support the needs of the Human Services Department, at the discretion of the chair.
  • This fund provides support for the Instructional Design for Digital Learning (IDDL) program in the College of Education and Human Services
  • To support student-centered initiatives benefiting the Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) degree program.
  • This fund was established to support needs of the Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations Department, at the discretion of the chair.
  • The SEEDS program is a collaborative among school gardens in the Dayton metro area, cultivating a living laboratory for learning and innovation.
  • To support the scuba program.
  • This fund supports Student Affairs and Higher Education students (SAHE) as seen fit by SAGA Board and SAHE Directors.
  • This fund was established to support needs of the Teacher Education Department, at the discretion of the chair.
  • To provide assistance to students enrolled in the 2018 (Faculty-Led Ambassador Program) United Kingdom: Community Accessibility for People with Disabilities in the UK, attached to the RHB 3640 and RHB 3710 Courses.
  • This fund was established to support urban literacy institute programs.
  • Support any costs associated with the WSU Network for Educational Renewal conference.

Scholarships

  • To help undergrad rehabilitation majors with practicum expenses, e.g. transportation, baby-sitting, insurance, or anything hindering their practicum experience.
  • This scholarship supports Early Childhood Education majors who have obtained a minimum gpa of 2.5, and continues the tradition of excellence at Wright State in honor of the lifelong commitment of Angeline Owens Combs to educating children.
  • This scholarship supports Middle Childhood Education students in the College of Education and Human Services in honor of Anthony and Deborah Holbrook.
  • This scholarship supports full-time students enrolled in the College of Education and Human Services.
  • This scholarship is for Early Childhood Education majors who have obtained a gpa of 3.5 and have completed 45 hours of course work at Wright State.
  • The Haverstock Scholarship is an academic scholarship awarded to candidates that have been accepted into the CTE program . The goal of this scholarship is to provide tuition assistance to CTE candidates in recognition of full-time teaching employment as well as a candidate's ability to role-model academic excellence and professionalism, serve the CTE teaching profession by participating as a student organization advisor, and complete the CTE licensure/degree program within an expeditious timeframe.
  • This scholarship was established to support graduate student research in the College of Education and Human Services.
  • This scholarship was established by the Dean's Advancement Council under Dean Harris's leadership to support students in the College of Education and Human Services.
  • This scholarship was established by the Golden Key National Honor Society and Mrs. Berry, in memory of David Berry. This fund is for full-time College of Education and Human Services students.
  • This scholarship supports students in College of Education and Human Services doctorate program in Organizational Studies in honor of William C. & Myra Rowe.
  • This scholarship supports students enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program.
  • This scholarship is for College of Education and Human Services education majors who are from Vandalia Butler High School
  • Established by Jose "Rafi" Rodriguez Samalot as a tribute to his mother Estilita Samalot from Isabela, Puerto Rico intended to support students majoring in Rehabilitation Services with a minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale.
  • This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in any Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations Department
  • This scholarship supports students in Health and Physical Education majors.
  • This scholarship supports graduate students with financial need who are majoring in any of the Intervention Specialist field.
  • This scholarship supports Intervention Specialist majors.
  • To support Adolescent and Young Adult or Middle Childhood (gr 6-12) students in education programs that lead to licensure in one of the core academic area: English/Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies who have expressed intent to teach in a Title I school district and/or one serving students from underrepresented populations.
  • This scholarship supports non-traditional full or part-time students enrolled in the College of Education and Human Services. Non-traditional students are defines as those who have a five-year gap between high school and college.
  • This endowment scholarship supports students in the Initial Licensure Middle Childhood Education (MCE) Graduate Program in the College of Education, Dept. of Teacher Education.
  • This current use spendable scholarship supports students in the Initial Licensure Middle Childhood Education (MCE) Graduate Program in the College of Education, Dept. of Teacher Education.
  • This fund supports the Rehab Counseling Fellowship
  • This scholarship supports students in teacher education pursuing a career in teaching Social Studies.
  • This scholarship supports Kinesiology and Health majors who have attained a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship supports students in Teacher Education majors.
  • This scholarship was established to help support for African-American students with a major in Early Childhood Education. Recipients must be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • This scholarship was established to help support for African-American students with a major in Early Childhood Education. Recipients must be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • This scholarship supports full-time students in Athletic Training majors entering their third level of the program.
  • This scholarship supports Health and Physical Education and undergraduate majors who have financial need and a minimum GPA of 3.0

College of Engineering & Computer Science

Priority Funds

  • This fund was established in 1987 to support the College of Engineering and Computer Science as a whole.
  • The College of Engineering & Computer Science Scholarship was started in 1987 out of Campus Scholarship Campaign payroll deductions. The scholarship is awarded by the CECS scholarship committee and given annually.
  • The ESSI Fund money is directed to operating activities (including equipment and supplies), scholarship, promote recruiting, and retention of CECS students.

Programs

  • Deposit donations to use on MakeITWright events, to be held annually.
  • To fund supplies, materials, equipment and travel expenses associated with designing, building & competing in BAJA SAE.
  • This fund supports research-related activities, lab equipment and supplies, conference fees and travel, pre-proposal activities, books and texts, student stipends, etc.
  • This fund supports the areas of greatest needs in Biomedical and Human Factors Engineering Program.
  • This fund supports Boffin Factory, which is an extracurricular learning outlet to develop self-directed life-long learning among CECS students.
  • To cover costs of ATIC courses for approved CECS student interns.
  • This fund was established by Van Tasssel family to support a speaker series open to campus and off-campus personnel. The series is to promote scholarly activity and increase awareness of CECS in the region.
  • This fund is used to support the activities of student clubs and organizations in the College of Engineering and Computer Science
  • This fund will be used to provide for unforeseen emergency expenses for undergraduate students in CECS who demonstrate financial need.
  • This fund was established in 1982 to support the Computer Science Program.
  • Cyber security outreach and awareness
  • This fund was established to advance educational initiatives within Electrical Engineering at Wright State.
  • This fund supports the current Masters in Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program, and other CECS activities related to entrepreneurship. This includes program support, support for internships, recruitment, attendance at conferences for students and/or faculty (including fees and travel), and other related activities.
  • This fund supports the purchasing of equipment for the Russ and Joshi buildings.
  • General support for student activities to include, but not limited to, design competitions, K-12 outreach, and special projects
  • Support for Engineering study abroad, Jena, Germany and future Engineering-centric outgoing study abroad options, for both Main and Lake Campus students
  • To support the initiatives of the student organization of Engineers Without Borders
  • Support for gear tribology research
  • This fund is directed to senior student research support in biomedical, industrial & human factors engineering.
  • For support of ISE Senior Design Projects.
  • This fund supports promotion of the activities in the Kno.e.sis Center.
  • Used to rund the research related to the L/N project titled Private Record Linkage.
  • This fund supports and promotes activities of the Mechanical and Materials Engineering department.
  • Direction and operation of Oneil Center per agreement.
  • Supports students' stipend. Purchase of equipment and travel.
  • To support the undergraduate research enterprise of students in the CECS. The fund will primarily focus on the provision of research fellowship to support undergraduate students in the CECS (to include, but not be limited to, work in an on- or off-campus laboratory, internship, field experience, undergrad research, etc.). Annual award recipients will be called Pogoda Family Fellows.
  • This fund supports the program, operational, and possible future scholarship support for CECS activities in Clean and Renewable Energy.
  • This fund provides unrestricted support for the College of Engineering and Computer Science as determined by the Dean of the College.
  • Fund is for sponsorship payments for the symposium. Funds will be used for any and all costs associated with the symposium.
  • This fund is for special competitions projects being participated in by CECS students.
  • This fund supports the Trebuchet Project and Competition.
  • This fund is directed to promote women in computer science.
  • This fund supports to promote the women in engineering program.
  • This fund supporst all College of Engineering and Computer Science student clubs and organizations. If you are interested in giving to student clubs, this is your fund.
  • This fund supports the general support for WSRI Operations.
  • For WSRI events including staff morale and/or recognition.
  • This fund is controlled by the Chair of the Department of Computer Science and goes toward funding cash prizes to the winners of the annual competition.

Scholarships

  • Scholarships for Students in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
  • The Cacioppo Endowed Scholarship was established in 1996 in honor and memory of Anthony J. Cacioppo, Ph.D., former chair of the Wright State Department of Biomedical and Human Factors Engineering, who passed away in 1996. Dr. Cacioppo came to Wright State with an impressive record of accomplishment including being chief scientist of Foreign Technology at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. As a visiting professor in 1986, Dr. Cacioppo developed the Human Factors Engineering Program. His efforts in the program resulted in obtaining ABET accreditation in 1994. He received the ‘87-‘88 Teaching Excellence Award from the CECS, and became Department Chair in 1991, continuing to teach seven courses each year. The purpose is to provide scholarships for students majoring in Human Factors Engineering.
  • The Biomedical Engineering Scholarship was started in 1985 out of Campus Scholarship Campaign payroll deductions. The Scholarship is awarded by the Biomedical Engineering Program and given annually to students majoring in Biomedical Engineering.
  • Scholarship to support local students excelling in engineering fields related to the technical focus of BWI Group. See Attachment.
  • Cary Michael Jokela grew up in Twinsburg, Ohio, where he graduated from Chamberlin High School. Cary entered Wright State in the fall of 1995 with a dream of becoming a biomedical engineer. He was active in Wright Engineering Council and intramural soccer. His too-short life is remembered but his friends for its vitality; he was always in search of fun and excitement. He was never known to be in a bad mood. The establishment of this scholarship in his honor and memory was made by Gregory Bartell, a close friend and Wright State student himself. It is a tribute and living memorial to Cary. Its purpose is to encourage promising young people to pursue an education within CECS and provide financial aid to make that possible.
  • To provide scholarship funds to students completing an internship within the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
  • This scholarship is in memory of Chingfa Jang. Mr. Jang inspired and supported his six children to pursue higher education. All six of his children are first generation college graduates, and three have advanced degrees. The scholarship provides financial support for academically qualified students who exhibit financial need in CECS. Preference is given to first generation students.
  • Dr. Beck established this scholarship to enable academically gifted Wright STEPP scholarship students to complete their baccalaureate engineering program when, and if, their Wright STEPP scholarship ends prior to their graduation.
  • The Computer Engineering Scholarship was started in 1986 out of Campus Scholarship Campaign payroll deductions. The Scholarship is awarded by Computer Engineering faculty and given annually to students majoring in Computer Engineering.
  • The Computer Science Scholarship was started in 1984 out of Campus Scholarship Campaign payroll deductions. The Scholarship is awarded by Computer Engineering faculty and given annually to students majoring in Computer Engineering.
  • This scholarship provides financial support annually for academically qualified students in CECS. First preference is given to an Industrial and Systems Engineering Major with a focus in Human Integrated Systems.
  • This scholarship is for incoming students with a minimum high school gpa of 3.0 in any Engineering major and is renewable until graduation. Recipient must maintain a gpa of 3.0 while as a Wright State student.
  • The Electrical Engineering Scholarship was started in 1985 out of Campus Scholarship Campaign payroll deductions. The Scholarship is awarded by Electrical Engineering faculty and given annually to students majoring in Electrical Engineering.
  • Scholarship awards - see agreement
  • This fund was established to honor Fritz J. Russ. Recipient must be an engineering student having graduated in the top 25% of their class and continuing students must be obtained a 3.0 GPA while at WSU. First preference given to students with financial need.
  • Scholarship - SEE AGREEMENT. Met minimum threshold to endow, so endowment is now established.
  • To support the Health Data Consortium's (HDC) George Thomas Post-Graduate Fellowship.
  • The Heinz P. Murka Scholarship was established in 1990 by Fidelity Orthopedic in honor of its founder, Heinz P. Murka. The purpose of the scholarship is to award full-time students pursuing a major in Biomedical and Human Factors Engineering with first preference going toward students with physical disabilities.
  • Recipients must be a continuing student in Electrical Engineering with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have financial need.
  • The Human Factors Scholarship was started in 1985 out of Campus Scholarship Campaign payroll deductions and was agreed upon by the Human Factors Society in Spring Quarter of 1993. The scholarship is awarded to those who are active members of the Human Factors Society.
  • The IEEE Dayton Scholarship was created in 2006 and is awarded as funds allow to those majoring in Electrical Engineering.
  • The Indus Valley Scholarship Fund was established in late 2011 by Indus Valley Consultants as a means of encouraging students to pursue graduate studies in engineering and computer science fields at Wright State. Preference is given to students from India in a graduate program. This is typically a one semester award and is generally not renewable.
  • The Isaac Weiss Memorial Scholarship was established to honor and commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Isaac Weiss. His dedication to the engineering profession was surpassed only by his love of teaching. As a professor, he was able to join his greatest talents which made him a unique educator, researcher and innovator. Isaac’s loving brother, Jonathan, ultimately endowed the scholarship so that Isaac’s vision for each student to reach their potential would endure in perpetuity. The scholarship is awarded to incoming freshman studying engineering with an option to renew for up to four years.
  • Dean Emeritus James Brandeberry joined Wright State in 1969, two years after it became an independent state university. Before he retired in 2005, Dr. Brandeberry directed his efforts toward building outstanding programs in engineering and computer science for the Dayton metropolitan area, making education his top priority. Considered by many as the Godfather of CECS, the vision of excellence that Dr. Brandeberry promoted throughout his career will continue to grow and influence engineering and computer science education, not only in the Miami Valley, but the state of Ohio.
  • Scholarship to fund incoming Mechanical Engineering students.
  • This scholarship was started in 1996. Lester Buechler designed the Ohio electromechanical engraver. In 1978, Mr. Buechler and his wife Delilah founded the Ohio Electronic Engravers Company. They remained active members of their board for many years after selling the company. The scholarship is for full-time undergraduate students entering their junior or senior years.
  • The Materials Science and Engineering Scholarship was started in 1978 out of Campus Scholarship Campaign payroll deductions. The Scholarship is awarded by Mechanical and Materials Engineering faculty and given annually to students majoring in Material Engineering. The scholarship was also born out of an agreement with GE Aviation and Braun Engineering Co.
  • The Mechanical Engineering Scholarship was started in 1985 out of Campus Scholarship Campaign payroll deductions. The Scholarship is awarded by Mechanical Engineering faculty and given annually to students majoring in Mechanical Engineering.
  • This scholarship was started in 2008 by Brian Joyce, a graduate degree holder from Wright State’s College of Engineering and Computer Science. Brian strongly benefitted from the DAGSI scholarship and, because of this positive influence, felt he should give to future students as well. Brian and Gail actively attend Wright State events and enjoy meeting their recipients annually. First preference is given to a student majoring in materials science and engineering.
  • This scholarship is to be awarded through the CECS Scholarship Committee annually.
  • This fund supports electrical engineering majors.
  • Scholarships.  See Gift Agreement.
  • Scholarship funds to encourage African American graduates of Dayton Public Schools to further their education within the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Wright State University for the betterment of both themselves and the greater Miami Valley area
  • John and Kathleen Sloan established this endowed scholarship in 2011 to honor and recognize Dr. Robert Dixon’s influence on their personal and professional lives. John credits much of his accomplishments over the last few decades based on the guidance provided by his former professor. This scholarship will start being awarded in 2014 to an undergraduate student majoring in Computer Science and/or Computer Engineering.
  • This fund was established to give financial encouragement to current and future researchers to engage in research activities. Recipients must be enrolled in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, demonstrate a genuine interest in research, publish articles and first preference will be given to research projects relating to rehabilitation, second preference given to those involved in research concerning the disabled
  • This fund was established by Stephen J. and Brenda G. Solch to recognize and reward developing students in CECS who demonstrate academic acumen along with the willingness to grow. Award recipients will be called Solch Scholars.
  • This scholarship was created from funds awarded as a result of a grant proposal stating that the funds would be used to establish an endowed scholarship account for Springfield graduates of the Wright STEPP program.
  • Scholarship - SEE AGREEMENT.
  • Students entering or enrolled in the College of Engineering & Computer Science and a Computer Science major.
  • This scholarship supports CECS students
  • This scholarship was established in 1989 by Marian Wahlert and Douglas Pelking as a memorial to the late William F. Wahlert. Awards are made to students who are motivated to actively pursue studies in Human Factors and/or Mechanical Systems Engineering.
  • Scholarships for students majoring in Electrical Engineering.
  • This scholarship provides funds for Wright STEPP program graduates who attend Wright State after their agreement money has been completed or if they attend graduate school.

College of Liberal Arts

CoLA Priority Funds

  • To assist degree-seeking students in the College of Liberal Arts with emergency funding support.
  • Funds will be used to support internship scholarships
  • This fund is used at the discretion of the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts.
  • This scholarship supports students in the College of Liberal Arts with leadership qualities with a minimum gpa of 3.0.
  • Supports liberal arts majors
  • This scholarship is for Liberal Arts majors who plan to study abroad and who have attained a minimum gpa of 3.0.

CoLA General Funds

  • Supports any junior or senior College of Liberal Arts major with financial need and a gpa of at least 2.5
  • Supports students who come from families who do not qualify for either need-based or merit-based scholarships
  • To support activities and programming led by CLASS (College of Liberal Arts Student Success).
  • This fund supports the faculty development awards for College of Liberal Arts Faculty
  • Funds awards for teaching excellence, scholarships for study abroad inititaives and other areas.
  • Available to any major in the college, must have a 3.0 high school GPA and is renewable to graduation. Must maintain a 3.0.
  • This scholarship is for Liberal Arts students who are traveling abroad for the first time, particularly those traveling to a Spanish-speaking country.
  • Supports fine or performing arts majors with financial need and a 3.0 gpa
  • Supports College of Liberal Arts students with disabilities the opportunity to participate in leadership activities
  • Supports College of Liberal Arts students participating in a study abroad program
  • Supports CoLA students who have demonstrated financial need.
  • To fund scholarship awards per endowed gift agreement.
  • Supports outstanding students in the fine and performing arts
  • Supports former Muse Machine participants who are majoring in Music or Theatre Arts

Other

  • To support the Dialogue on Race Relations Program

African and African-American Studies

  • This scholarship is for students with financial need in the African and African-American Studies Program.

Applied Behavioral Sciences

  • This fund supports the Applied Behavioral Sciences program

Art and Art History

  • This scholarship serves the areas of greatest needs within Art majors.
  • This fund supports the acquisition of art for the permanent collection and the purchase of teaching materials
  • This fund supportst the Art & Art History art exhibitions
  • This fund serves the areas of greatest need in the arts program.
  • To support scholarships for students in fine and performing arts within the Departments of Art and Art History, Theatre, Dance & Motion Pictures and the School of Music.
  • To support students in the Department of Art & Art History in COLA
  • Supports female Studio Art majors
  • Supports Art/Art History majors
  • To provide financial assistance and encouragement for students in the Department of Art and Art History
  • Supports students with financial need who are majoring in Art
  • Scholarships to support studio art students, minimum GPA 2.0, full-time major, Ohio resident, promising artist.
  • Undergraduate students majoring in Art or Fine Arts with an intention to pursue a career as an Art Education teacher or a Digital Arts Education teacher, and have a minimum of 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
  • This fund supports the emerging needs and programming activities with the University Art Galleries at Wright State University

Communication

  • This scholarship supports full-time juniors or seniors with declared majors in Mass Communication and preference to students with financial need.
  • This fund is used at the discretion of the Chair of the Department of Communications.
  • This scholarship is for Communication majors.
  • To fund programmatic and student support.
  • Supports students preparing for a career in broadcasting with specific concentrations in production, promotion, advertising and/or broadcast management

Criminal Justice

  • This fund is used for any and all activities in the Crime and Justice Studies program
  • This scholarship is for Crime and Justice Studies majors.

English

  • This scholarship is for English majors who have an emphasis on Creative Writing. Students must have reached the junior status, and have a minimum gpa of 2.75 in order to be eligible for this scholarship.
  • To support English Department students with an Integrated Language Arts Education (ILA) concentration.
  • This fund is used to provide improved teaching courses for undergraduates in the English Department
  • This fund was established to honor 15 men and women who founded and built WSU English Department. This fund will support activities and programs that: build & support student communities in the English Dept.; develop students' membership and participation in a professional community; sustain students' personal sense of professional identity; assist students in efforts to work collaboratively as professionals; give students experience in producing and editing a publication; support experiences for students that complement the academic regimen of the classroom; and provide students with opportunities to apply classroom learning.
  • To support senior English majors who will graduate in the year the award is distributed.
  • To support English majors with a concentration in professional writing or creative writing.
  • This fund was established for money to be used for the chair's discretionary account.
  • This scholarship supports English majors who will have earned at least 90 hours by the term in which the award begins and who have obtained a 3.5 gpa.
  • This fund supports the study abroad expenses
  • Supports students majoring in English-Creative Writing with an emphasis in poetry
  • To support English students with passion for and demonstrated success in English studies.
  • Supports the activities of the LEAP program
  • Award recipients and number and amount of awards will be determined by the LEAP program Office
  • This scholarship is for graduate and undergraduate English majors.
  • To support scholarly or other profesisonal development opportunities
  • To support English students with an interest in literature

History

  • For a WSU graduate entering the M.A. in History program, with preference given to someone pursuing the Public History concentration.
  • To support history majors
  • This scholarship supports the students majoring in history.
  • This fund was established to fund faculty development awards for CoLA history faculty.
  • This fund was established to support activities and purchases which are relative to the enhancement of the department.
  • This scholarship is for graduate students in the History Department, who demonstrate a financial need and maintain a 3.5 gpa.
  • To fund programs, projects, and activities in support of the M.A. in History, Public History concentration.
  • This fund is intended to support public lectures and events at Wright State University that relate to the Middle East and Islam. The funds will be used to provide financial support for these events.
  • This fund provides financial support and recognition to students who excel in undergraduate courses in Latin American History
  • This fund will support the area of greatest need within the Public History graduate program.

Humanities Program

  • This fund supports for the Humanities Master's program.

International Studies

  • This fund provides support for the International Studies program

Liberal Studies

  • To support undergraduate students in the College of Liberal Arts who are Ohio residents with a minimum GPA of 2.5.
  • This fund was created to provide learning funds for students in the Liberal Studies program.
  • This scholarship is for Liberal Studies majors.

Modern Languages

  • To help defray any expenses related to the Arabic Immersion Day
  • To cover expenses associated with the China Ambassador Program and study abroad in China.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate students who are taking courses in the Department of Modern Languages.
  • Restricted to Modern Languages to support all aspects of Francophone New World Ambassador Programs.
  • Supports students participating in the WSU Ambassador Program to France
  • This fund was established as a discretionary account for the Chair.
  • This fund was established to support travel abroad opportunities for Modern language students.
  • This award supports undergraduate students who are studying abroad during the core academic year. First preference will be for students in the Department of Modern Languages. Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.4.

Music

  • This fund supports the visiting artist programming for CELIA
  • This fund supports the program needs for CELIA's projects and programs in the arts at WSU
  • This fund supports the CELIA Fellows program
  • This fund supports CELIA parternship program
  • Support for faculty for research in the arts
  • This fund supports the needs of the Cello Studio
  • This fund supports the needs of the Chamber Music Program
  • This fund supports the Choral Music Program under the direction of the Director of Choral Studies
  • This fund supports University Chorale touring.
  • This fund supports the clarinet programs.
  • This fund was established to fund the purchase of a concert piano.
  • Music majors that are interested in chamber or classical music
  • The fund is used for repair/replacement of musical instruments that are used by faculty associates (adjunct faculty)
  • To support scholarships for students in fine and performing arts within the Departments of Art and Art History, Theatre, Dance & Motion Pictures and the School of Music.
  • This fund supports the areas of greatest needs of the Music Department
  • To support the area of greatest need associated with ETHOS in the School of Music.
  • This fund is used in support of the Flute Studio Program
  • This fund is used for programming and/or scholarship needs for the Harpsichord Studio
  • This fund supports the areas of greatest need of the Horn Studio
  • This scholarship is for Music majors with piano as the major instrument.
  • This scholarship is for incoming guitar majors.
  • To provide financial support for students majoring in music.
  • Supports Music majors
  • This scholarship is for students of Korean descent who are studying music.
  • To fund scholarships for students majoring in piano or organ performance.
  • This fund was established for use for programming and/or scholarship needs for the Low Brass Studio.
  • To fund scholarships for Jr., Sr., or Grad students majoring in Music Education or Music Performance.
  • Supports woodwind majors in the Department of Music
  • This fund was established to be a discretionary account for the music chair.
  • This scholarship supports Music majors.
  • To support the organ program and students
  • This fund was established to support the Paul Laurence Dunbar Chorale activities.
  • This fund was established for funding percussion programs.
  • To support the Phi Mu Alpha Music Fraternity in enhancing the environment of the WSU Music Department and American Music on campus and in the community.
  • To support students majoring in Music
  • Supports Music majors who have reached, at minimum, sophomore level
  • This scholarship is for Vocal Music majors.
  • This fund was established to fund the saxophone wind programs.
  • This fund was established to be used in support of the strings program.
  • Established to support the Guitar Program within the Department of Music.
  • To support the area of greatest need associated with The Hatfield McCoy Triptychs Program in the School of Music.
  • To support The Outstanding Graduating Undergraduate and/or The Outstanding Graduating Graduate Student Award in the College of Liberal Art's School of Music.
  • Supports Music majors who are specializing in an orchestral instrument
  • This fund supports the areas of greatest need of the Trombone Studio
  • This fund was established to be used in support of the trumpet studio program.
  • This fund was established to provide operating support for the University Opera Theatre at WSU.
  • Supports the activities of the WSU University Community Orchestra
  • This scholarship is for Piano majors.
  • This fund supports the activities of the Wright State University Wind Symphony

Political Science

  • Graduate students in the ICP (International Comparative Politics) Program. Preference must be given to those students with demonstrated financial need, and those with a GPA of 3.5
  • This fund was established to provide learning funds for International and comparative Politics students.
  • This fund supports the areas of greatest needs of the Model UN Program
  • This fund was established to support activities of the Model UN Program.
  • This fund was established to support activities of the Model UN Program.
  • This fund was established to improve outreach and extracurricular activities and encourage excellence in politics.
  • This scholarship is for Political Science majors.

Programs

  • To support general operations of the Anthropology Department
  • To support the activities of the Applied Policy Research Institute.
  • Support program expenses related to the "Change the World" class
  • To support the COLA Professional Mentoring Program.
  • To secure funds for the CAC expansion and modernization project.
  • To support the outstanding Model UN delegate.
  • General operating support for Kettering Children's Choir.
  • Support the Model UN Program
  • General operating support for Wright State University Men's Chorale.

Religion, Philosophy and Classics

  • This fund supports the Classics program
  • Scholarship support
  • To support an endowed lecture fund in the Dept. of Philosophy. To cover any related expenses to facilitate the lecture event.
  • This scholarship is for Classics majors.
  • This scholarship was established to be used to support a lectureship named in honor of Nicholas Piediscalzi, founding chair of the department of Religion.
  • Supports the Philosophy program
  • Supports the Religion program
  • This scholarship is for Religion majors.
  • Established for religion majors to foster discussion of religion.
  • This scholarships was established in honor of Ronald F. Hough, and it helps students majoring in Philosophy.
  • This scholarship is for Classics majors with a minimum gpa of 3.0.

Scholarships

  • To support junior or senior students in the Sociology & Criminal Justice Studies programs. Strong preference for a minor or dual major with Criminal Justice Studies.
  • To support scholarship recipients for liberal arts students funded by the CoLA Dean's Leadership Board
  • To assist degree-seeking students in the College of Liberal Arts who need some additional support to stay enrolled as they are getting close to graduation.
  • To support sophomore, junior, and senior Motion Picture students.  Preference for demonstrated financial need.
  • See scholarship agreement.  For scholarship awarded to student majoring in French
  • Scholarships - see agreement
  • Scholarships. Graduate or Undergraduate, financial need, majoring in one of the following: Political Science, Urban Affairs, Geography, International Studies, Economics, Applied Behavioral Science, or Public Administration.
  • Scholarships for Art & Art History
  • Scholarships for Music

Scholarships/Awards

  • Scholarship to support students in the College of Liberal Arts, preferably those with demonstrated leadership skills.

Social Science Education

  • This fund was established to support activities related to the social science education program.

Social Work

  • Scholarships for Social Work majors.
  • This scholarship funds for Social Work majors with a 2.25 minimum GPA and financial need as documented by the Office of Financial Aid
  • This fund was established to support programs in social work such as student conference attendance, annual speaker/workshops, professional development, student research assistantships or instructional support needs.
  • To support Masters of Social Work majors who have financial need and have a minimum gpa 2.75 in their undergraduate work. Successful recipients must have a "pay it forward" spirit.
  • Scholarship for Social Work majors.
  • Fund set up for an eventual endowed scholarship funded by a charitable gift annuity. For Social Work students with need and in good academic standing.
  • This scholarship is for senior Social Work majors who exhibit the qualities that Ellen possessed; kindness, cheerfulness and unselfish caring for others.
  • Supports Social work majors who are committed to furthering the development of solutions to the social work issues that affect all people in modern society
  • Scholarship for Social Work majors.
  • To support first generation students and senior social work students
  • Need-based scholarship for non-advanced standing MSW students.
  • This fund was established to be used at the discretion of the Chair of Social Work.
  • This scholarship supports the students majoring in social work.

Sociology and Anthropology

  • This scholarship is for continuing Sociology majors who have a minimum gpa of 2.5.
  • This scholarship provides financial assistance for continuing Anthropology majors.
  • This fund is used at the discretion of the Chair of Sociology Anthropology Department
  • This scholarship is for Sociology/Anthropology majors.

Theatre, Dance, and Motion Pictures

  • To bring in alumni from the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Motion Pictures to conduct workshops, master classes, seminars, lectures and/or other appropriate activities to share their expertise and experiences for the benefit of students, faculty, and staff.
  • This scholarship was established to give financial encouragement to promising people to pursue an education within the Department of Theater Arts. Recipient will have demonstrated financial need.
  • Supports Theatre Arts majors
  • This fund is for student dance projects
  • Originally created as Intent to Endow on 2/26/2016. Fund has reached minimum threshold of $10,000 for endowment. Endowed 1/10/2017.
  • This scholarship is for Design/Technology students in the Theatre Arts Department.
  • To support scholarships for students in fine and performing arts within the Departments of Art and Art History, Theatre, Dance & Motion Pictures and the School of Music.
  • Fund the Renovation of the Festival Playhouse
  • To support talented students in theatre within the Dept. of Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures.
  • This scholarship is for Department of Theatre Arts majors.
  • Supports Theatre Arts students
  • This fund was established to fund student motion picture projects.
  • Scholarships to support Motion Picture students.This fund was established with gifts by Motion Pictures alumni, family, and friends that have an interest in supporting the film community at Wright State University. Recipients must have a completed script, and be a senior.
  • To fund expenses of the Musical Theatre Initiative
  • This scholarship is for students who have been admitted into the Acting or Acting/Musical Theatre program.
  • Students in Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures. Minimum 3.5 GPA. Deserving student demonstrates a profound love of the musical theatre genre.
  • This scholarship supports female, junior or senior in the Motion Picture program
  • This scholarship supports the students majoring in theatre arts.
  • Theatre arts program fund was established to be used at the discretion of the chair of Theatre.
  • This scholarship is for students in the Department of Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures.
  • To support visiting artist programming in the Dept. of Theatre, Dance & Motion Pictures.
  • To support a Jr. or Sr. female student majoring in Motion Picture, with a demonstrated financial need
  • Scholarships to support dance majors.

Urban Affairs

  • To support the area of greatest need within the School of Public & International Affairs.

Urban Affairs/Geography

  • This scholarship is for meritorious students majoring in Georgraphy.
  • This fund was established to fund geography program expenses.
  • This fund was established to support masters of Urban Administration Alumni activity.
  • This fund supports the Nonprofit Leadership Program
  • This scholarship is for students who have completed at least one course in the Non-profit Certificate Program with a minimum gpa of 3.0
  • This fund supports service, research, and study abroad in South Africa.
  • This fund supports the student projects and receives donations raised through the projects
  • This scholarship is for Urban Affairs majors.

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

  • This fund was established to support the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program.
  • Supports Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies majors

College of Nursing & Health

Priority Funds

  • For use in underwriting programmatic expenses of the College of Nursing and Health Student Success Center.
  • Rapid changes in nursing and health-care continually create new opportunities, which are not supported in the University's budget or by restricted gifts. Through unrestricted giving, The College of Nursing and Health can meet pressing challenges for which no other funding is available. As future opportunities are impossible to predict, general unrestricted gifts provide the necessary flexibility to absorb and meet these opportunities as they arise.
  • Provides scholarship support for Nursing students.
  • Provides financial assistance for faculty development not otherwise supported by funding

Programs

  • This fund suppotrs the annual Cameos of Caring event honoring local nurses.
  • To provide a scholarship for a student selected by a committee of nursing faculty to attend the National Assoc. of Clinical Nurse Specialist Annual Conference. Funds are to be used as laid out in gift agreement. Max. $1,000 award per year.
  • Outstanding faculty is vital to the mission of the College of Nursing and Health. Endowed professorships can attract eminent nurse educator/researchers in areas of great importance to the Miami Valley: maternal/child health, community health, pediatrics, geriatrics and nurse practitioner education. An endowment provides research assistance, allows equipment acquisitions, assists in manuscript preparation, and helps with any of the other requirements of an active scholar. Similarly, a series of endowed lectureships would ensure that students, as well as nursing professionals throughout the Miami Valley, can stay abreast of new discoveries and information.
  • This fund was established to support program expenses of the Nursing Institute of West Central Ohio.
  • This fund is used at the discretion of the Dean of the College of Nursing and Health
  • This fund was established to provide ongoing support to students in Nursing and Health Administration for learning opportunities not otherwise funded.
  • Provides funding for student travel and other expenses for international service learning opportunities.

Scholarships

  • This scholarship was established to assist graduate students in Nursing & Health Care Systems. Candidates must have GPA of 3.2 and show exceptional leadership.
  • This scholarship is for graduate nursing students in the Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Program who have a minimum of 9 hours completed.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate nursing students with demonstrates financial need and a minimum gpa of 2.5.
  • This scholarship is for Nursing students admitted to the School Nurse Certificate Program and/or Nursing students School Nurse Master of Science Program.
  • To provide a scholarship for nursing student(s), first undergraduate then eventually graduate students that demonstrate active leadership in the CoNH and/or observable leadership potential as determined by the Scholarship Committee using available information including that listed in the scholarship application.
  • This scholarship is for Nursing students who have obtained junior status with a 3.0 gpa. Successful applicants must meet;and exemplify the Cameos of Caring attributes of patient and family advocacy, exhibit clinical decision making skills appropriate to their academic level, be an example, encourage and motivate others, and understand the art and science of nursing.
  • Annual award for outstanding nurse practitioner student - renewable.
  • To support Nursing students who are in their Junior or Senior year and are graduates from a high school in Greene County, Ohio. Recipient must demonstrate financial aid.
  • To fund scholarships for College of Nursing and Health students as identified by the corresponding scholarship agreement
  • Scholarships for nurses in the Family Nurse Practitioner program.
  • To provide financial support to full-time undergraduate nursing students (jr. status) who demonstrate financial need and academic excellence.
  • Scholarships for continuing undergraduate nursing students who have significant financial need with special preference for those that have been foster children.
  • Preferred recipients will be registered nurses who graduated from a Clark County, OH high school, who are single parents with dependents and ideally with an interest or experience in behavioral health or geriatrics.
  • This scholarship is for nursing students, with preference given to those students who have demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship is for Nursing students in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program who have obtained a 3.0 gpa and have demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship is for full-time Nursing students; Preference is given to males and/or graduate students.
  • This scholarship is for undregraduate; Nursing students with financial need and a minimum gpa of 3.0.
  • This scholarship is for junior or senior Nursing students with demonstrated financial need and a 3.0 gpa.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate Nursing students with demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship is for Nursing majors who have financial need. Preference must be given to first generation students
  • This scholarship was established to give financial encouragement to students pursuing an education in nursing. Recipients must be undergraduates and maintain a 3.0 GPA and have financial need.
  • This scholarshop is for nursing majors of high schools in the nine county area, who are in good standing and have a financial need. First preference is given to students who are or have relatives affiliated with the National Association of Orthopedic Nurses.
  • For nursing students pursing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing that have obtained at least the Junior status.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate Nursing students with financial need. Recipents must be Ohio resisdents and have a minimum gpa of 3.0.
  • This fund provides financial assistance to graduate nursing students enrolled in the Child and Adolescent CNS/Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program
  • This scholarship is for female junior or senior Nursing students over the age of 35.
  • This scholarship is restricted to students enrolled in CONH with preference given to those that are graduates of high schools in Mercer County, OH.
  • To provide significant scholarship support for a nursing student who is a single mother with dependent children.
  • This scholarship was established to provide financial support to nursing students who demonstrate financial need and academic excellence.
  • This scholarship was established to provide support to students pursuing an education and career in nursing. Recipient must be an undergraduate junior or senior and have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • This scholarship was established to provide funding for nursing students who demonstrate an affinity for working with the aging and intend to practice in some aspect of long-term care or field of senior health. Recipients must have a 3.0 or higher GPA, be an undergraduate or graduate student and demonstrate financial need.
  • This memorial scholarship isfor African-American students pursing a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate Nursing students from the local area.

College of Science & Mathematics

Priority Funds

  • Funds will support undergraduate research program.
  • Support CoSM initiatives and activities. Could include, but are not limited to, costs associated with student competitions, speaker series, conference attendance, faculty release time for course creation.
  • To support CoSM Internships & Co-ops. Sample uses of funds may include, but are not limited to: financial support to students to participate in internships & co-ops, career and professional development programming for students related to internships & co-ops, student activities linked to internships & co-ops, administrative or infrastructure needs of CoSM linked to internships & co-ops.
  • This fund was established originally by Dr. Donald Adams, Dr. Charles Carraher, and Dr. Brian Hutchings to provide scholarships for students pursuing a degree in science and mathematics.
  • The Women in Science Giving Circle, founded by Dr. Wheatly, is a philanthropic program in which donors pool their money to create opportunities that help to enhance the educational and professional success of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine (STEMM) disciplines at Wright State University. 

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 
  • This fund will support an annual award in the Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB). The award will recognize the productivity and quality of a 4th year BMS Ph.D. program student working in BMB beyond that of their student peers in the program. The recipient will use funding from the award to attend a scientific meeting. Student nominees for the award (self or other nominated) will be reviewed by a selection committee for the award comprised of BMB faculty teaching in the BMS PhD program. If no recipient is named, no award will be made and available funds will be distributed in the future.

Biological Sciences

  • Provides funding to support and advance research and scholarly activity of the Laboratory of Scott Baird in the Dept. of Biological Sciences. Use of funds can include, but is not limited to, lab supplies, purchase of equipment, graduate student support, and travel for conferences and professional development activities. If the Baird Laboratory were to close, all remaining funds in the account are to be transferred into the Bio. Sci. Student Research and Travel Program Fund.
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Biological Sciences.
  • This program was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Biological Sciences programs.
  • Funds to conduct, present, and publish research generated through experiential learning in fertility and regeneration courses (e.g. BIO3140), and continued as independent projects under the guidance of Dr. Labib Rouhana. Restrictions: Not to be used for salaries.
  • This fund was established to anticipate additional funds from future derives by Beavercreek firefighters and from interest generated by publicity from this gift.
  • To fund research in comparative physiology
  • For the renovation of the CLS Program Didactic Laboratory. Uses can include but are not limited to construction costs, furnishings, technology and equipment infrastructure, etc. within the space. When the renovation is complete, if there is a balance in the fund, those funds will be transfered into the CLS Program Fund.
  • Scholarships for the Dept. of Bio. Sci. Clinical Laboratory Science Program.
  • John and Helen Rossmiller established this fund to provide scholarships to aid and encourage scholarly activity by undergraduate students in the Biological Sciences program.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate Biological Science or Environmental Science majors. Recipients must have financial need, above average academics, be from Ohio and have leadership qualities.
  • To fund research in aquatic ecology.
  • This fund was established to fund greenhouse space and research in plant ecology including projects on invasive species, conservation issues, forest change, and wildflowers. 
  • This fund was established to provide funding for research and travel for students in the Department of Biological Sciences.

Biology - Clinical Laboratory Science

  • This fund provides support for the equipment and supplies for use within Clinical Laboratory Science program.
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Clinical Laboratory Science program.
  • This fund was established to fund scholarships for students in the Clinical Laboratory Science Program.
  • This scholarship was established by Dr. James W. Funkhouser and Mrs. Mary Ann Funkhouser to promote quality laboratory training which will improve health care delivery.
  • This scholarship was established in memory of Nicholas Koussa to provide scholarships to students in the Clinical Laboratory Science program.

Biomedical Ph.D.

  • This scholarship help students who are pursuing a doctoral degree in the Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program.
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program.

Chemistry

  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Chemistry Department.
  • This fund was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.
  • This fund was established in memory of David J. Karl to provide scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.
  • This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Jean T. Dubois and Mrs. Phyllis Nussey Dubois to provide scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.

College of Science and Mathematics

  • Provide funds for outreach activities to connect mentors with student mentees to encourage engagement in activities of the College of Science and Mathematics.
  • Provide support for CoSM led or coordinated programming and activities within Raider Academy. Sample uses can include, but are not limited to, the student success vignettes initiated in the 2016 Raider Academy program.
  • Funds will be used to support the NIA student success program as defined by a successful $5,000 grant awarded by the WPCU.
  • This fund was established in memory of Frieda Horn Peters to fund scholarship assistance for students majoring a mathematics or science program and actively mentoring younger students.
  • This scholarship established in memory of Howard E. Bales to provide scholarships to students pursuing majors within the College of Science and Mathematics.
  • To support scholarship and experiential learning on or off campus including but not limited to professional meetings and conference attendance, research expenses, field courses, internships and academic-based travel.
  • This scholarship was established in memory of Neil Acharya to provide scholarships for students enrolled in the pre-med program.
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Pre-Health Program. 
  • This scholarship was established in memory of Robert G. Chollar to provide scholarship assistance to undergraduate students who graduated from a Miami Valley high school and are pursuing a degree in the College of Science and Mathematics. 
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the College of Science and Mathematics.
  • To support STEM City program and student success through leadership development, financial literacy, academic support, and other supportive activities.
  • This fund was established by Thomas J. Farquer in honor of Dr. John Fortman and Dr. George Hess for the purpose of providing scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.
  • To support costs associated with WISGC Special events. Events can include, but are not limited, WISGC Silent Auction, WISGC receptions, WISGC lectures, etc...
  • To support career and professional development of mentees, support programmatic and community-building activities for the mentoring program, and cover expenses associated with mentoring program events. Sample uses of funds may include, but are not limited to: purchase of career/professsional development resources for mentees and mentors to meet with distinguished STEMM speakers, and publicizing mentoring program events or activities to Wright State STEMM and local STEMM professionals.

Earth and Environmental Science

  • This scholarship was established to provide support for graduate student(s) in 3D immersive visualization. 
  • Provides annual spendable funding to support students majoring in the Dept. of EES to participate in field experiences. Sample uses can include, but are not limited to, field courses, the collection of seismic data via field campaigns, training or educational sessions pertaining to students successfully completing field coursework or processing seismic data collected in field campaigns and, the presentation of fieldwork-based posters for papers at professional conferences.
  • This fund was established to provide funding for faculty development opportunities for the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences. 
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences. 
  • This fund was established to provide scholarships to students majoring in Earth & Environmental Sciences. 
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Geophysics Program. 

Environmental Science Ph.D.

  • This fund was established to provide scholarship assistance for students enrolled in the Environmental Sciences Ph.D. program. 
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Environmental Sciences Ph.D. program.

Mathematics and Statistics

  • To fund scholarships for students majoring in Mathematics in the College of Science & Math.
  • To fund scholarships for students majoring in programs within the Department of Math. & Stats. in the College of Science and Mathematics.
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Mathematics & Statistics.
  • This scholarship is for Mathematics/Statistics majors.
  • This scholarship was established in memory of Michael A. Bruck to provide scholarships for students majoring in Mathematics and Statistics.
  • This scholarship was etablished in memory of Prof. Krishan Gorowara to provide scholarships for students majoring in Mathematics and Statistics. 
  • This fund was established in honor of Tapas Mazumdar to support lecture events in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 
  • This fund was established in honor of Tapas Mazumdar to support lecture events in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 

Mathematics and Statistics and Statistical Consulting Center

  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Statistical Consulting Center. 
  • This fund was established to provide scholarships for students enrolled in Statistical Consulting Center programs. 

Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology

  • General lab operating expenses including: lab supplies/chemicals/reagents, radioactivity, virus, animal costs-purchase/shipping/housing, work study/staff/student worker costs, meeting travel/registration/posters/manuscript publication fees/paper/printer cartridge, Co2 and liquid nitrogen gases.
  • Research supplies; not to be used towards salary or travel.
  • This fund was established to support Respiratory Control Research.
  • Provides annual scholarship support to undergraduate and graduate students studying in NCBP disciplines.

Physics

  • This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Merrill Andrews to fund scholarships for students majoring in Physics.
  • This scholarship was established in honor of Gust Bambakidis to provide scholarships to students majoring in Physics.
  • The Physics Learning Assistant Program will annually employ a team of top undergraduate students who have successfully completed the PHY 2400 and or/PHY 2410 (or its current equivalent) introductory courses. Funds will be used to hire students as Physics Learning Assistants who will be trained with faculty to serve as Learning Assistants in the course sequence. Upon being hired, Learning Assistants will be required to successfully complete duties associated with the position. Ideally, the department will have a Learning Assistant for every 18-24 students in the sequence.
  • Annual scholarship to a Physics student who completed their senior project. Scholarship honors Dr. Jerry Clark, Professor of Physics.
  • This fund supports the university activities board's programming expenses
  • This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Physics.
  • This fund was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Physics.

Programs

  • Established for the purpose of initiating the Considine Scholars within CoSM. Annual donations will provide spendable funds for the CoSM dean to distribute. In the future, an endowment established by a realized planned gift from Michael & Susan Considine, will annually distribute funds to the Considine Scholars Program Fund.
  • To support biology students with activities outside the classroom including but not limited to: extended research placements in both on and off campus facilities; stipends; travel expenses; registration fees; conference attendance; research expenses; and support accompanying unpaid internship experiences, field experiences, and academic based travel.
  • This fund supports undergraduate research and student expenses.
  • To support student research including student wages
  • CoSM's Dean designee on the planning team for the WSU Women in STEMM Leadership Institute.

Psychology

  • This fund is intended to support research in the ASTECCA Laboratory.
  • This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Harry N. Davis, Jr. to provide scholarships to senior students majoring in Psychology who are also active members of either the Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology or the Psychology Club. 
  • Funding to support expenses incurred for the ISAP Conference co-sponsored by the College of Science and Mathematics
  • This fund was established to support research in the Department of Psychology. 
  • This fund was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Psychology. 
  • This fund was established in memory of Dr. Richard Page to fund scholarships for students majoring in Psychology. 
  • This fund was established in memory of Professor Larry Kurdek to fund scholarships for students majoring in Psychology.
  • Funds may be used to purchase or reimburse students for project expenses. These include, but are not limited to, office supplies, books, journals, library copy fees, and other resources. Funds may also be used for travel expenses, professional conference attendance to support the project directly, and professional dev activities for grad students.

Scholarships

  • To fund scholarship awards to recruit direct admit first-year students to CoSM. This scholarship can be combined with other awards for recruitment purposes.
  • Experiential learning scholarship awarded to 10 students to support growth of MLS grads

Diversity and Inclusion

Priorities

  • This fund supports special projects and initiatives for the Division of Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement.

Programs

  • This fund supports programs focusing on minority academic success, including the REACH program.
  • This fund is for expenses related to the Asian/Hispanic /Native American Center programs, including travel cultural decorations, and support to students for tuition assistance, book purchases, or emergency funds
  • Program support for the Office of Disability Services.
  • This fund supports the Bolinga Center.
  • This fund supports the Bolinga Center speakers
  • This fund supports the expenses used to support or implement the Bolinga Student Leadership Institute
  • This fund is intended to provide support for students with disabilities who wish to participate in Wright State fine arts programs, events, and activities
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the Office of Disability Services
  • To support students with disabilities in the areas of: personal assistants, international education experiences, needs of special populations (i.e., deaf, blind, autisitc, mobility-challenged, etc.), faculty training for working with disabled populations and other services deemed necessary.
  • To provide financial program support to the Office of Disability Services
  • This fund was established to fund GLBTQA student programs and scholarships.
  • This fund is to provide financial assistance to first year students with disabilities served by the Office of Disability Services. The fund is intended to provide both tuition assistance and assistance with other costs associated with attending Wright State University, including but not limited to room and board, books, transportation and personal expenses.
  • Disability services related career development initiatives
  • This fund was established to support the annual take our daughters/sons to work day.
  • The fund supports the Office of Disability Services
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need within the Office of Disability Services
  • This fund was established to assist nursing students. Recipients will be a female of African-American descent, maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have financial need.
  • For purchasing, engraving, and placement of bricks on the paver pathway at Wingerd Service Dog Park located on the WSU Main Campus; also for improvement of facilities of the Dog Park.
  • For the mission and purpose of the Women's Leadership Collaborative of Greater Dayton
  • This fund was established to fund activities for the Women's Center.
  • This fund was established for any and all expenses related to supporting Women's center programs (student, faculty or staff).

Scholarships

  • Latino student scholarships
  • Provide scholarship support for student employees of the Office of Disability Services
  • This fund established by the Beavercreek Lions Club to support Wright State undergraduate students who are legally blind
  • Scholarship fund established to support undergraduate seniors who identify as LGBTQA
  • This scholarship is for students with learning disabilities.
  • This fund established by Eugene A. (’86) and Connie J. (’84) Leber to support study abroad program at Wright State University for those students who are registered with the Office of Disability Services.
  • This scholarship is for quadriplegic and paraplegic undergraduate students registered with the Office of Disability Services
  • LGBTQA Scholarship. Agreement to follow with criteria.
  • This fund was established for handicapped students for tuition, books, academic supplies, housing or disability related needs.
  • To provide scholarship support for students registered with the Office of Disability Services.
  • This fund is to provide financial assistance to first year students with disabilities served by the Office of Disability Services. The fund is intended to provide both tuition assistance and assistance with other costs associated with attending Wright State University, including but not limited to room and board, books, transportation and personal expenses.
  • To assist in the support of advocacy of women students, staff, and faculty in the Wright State University community by providing scholarship support.
  • Scholarships for Engineering students who are registered with O.D.S. Preference given to graduate students.
  • This scholarship is for students who are registered with the Office of Disability Services, and have demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship supports the students who are registered with the Office of Disability Services
  • This scholarship is for non-traditional undergraduate female students.

Scholarships/Awards

  • This scholarship is for Nursing students of Hispanic descent. Students must have a minimum gpa of 2.75 or above and have demonstrated financial need. Award amount is $500.
  • This scholarship supports the students of Asian descent who have a minimum gpa of 3.0.
  • The Bolinga scholarship recognize and reward leadership, service, and academic performance; applicants should be African American students registering full-time
  • This scholarship is for African American continuing students who have shown leadership qualities in campus activities. Recipients must have documented financial need and have a minimum gpa at Wright State of 2.7.
  • This scholarship is awarded to a graduate or undergraduate minority student.
  • This scholarship is for students of Hispanic descent with a minimum gpa of 2.5. Preference is given to those applicants who have demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship is available to undergraduate female students; work at least part-time; have at least one dependent; demonstrate financial and/or circumstantial need; and maintaining a G.P.A. of at least 2.5.
  • This scholarship helps full-time undergraduate students of Asian, Hispanic, or Native American ancestry or from any other underrepresented group.
  • This scholarship was established to provide financial support to students who have shown leadership qualities in WSU. Recipient must be a junior or senior, have financial need and be in good academic standing with a average GPA of 2.5.
  • This scholarship was established to provide financial support to students who have demonstrated leadership potential and/or community service. Recipients must be undergraduate students, have financial need, maintain a GPA of 2.5 or better.
  • This scholarship is for students of Native American descent who have a minimum gpa of 2.5. First preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship funds the award to one or more students annually, who will work in the Research Library.
  • This scholarship provides support to students who have participated in Vision Mentoring.
  • This shcholarship helps thte current or future students who have been admitted to Wright State University.  Preference will be given to women with dependent children who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0.

General Designations

Priority Funds

  • 60% of our student body are considered “caught in the middle,” meaning that they do not qualify for any merit scholarships and fall slightly above the poverty line.The Mission Scholarship was opened in 2013 to help keep these students enrolled and to ultimately help them earn their degrees and become Wright State graduates.
  • (formerly the WSU Excellence Fund) This fund supports the area of greatest need at Wright State University

Programs

  • This fund supports of the Ambassador Program
  • This fund supports the operational expenses of the Office of Career Services
  • This scholarship supports the innovation awards and lecture series.
  • This fund was established to permit academic deans to invest in ideas that hold promise for making significant differences in learning outcomes, the delivery of instructional services and community betterment.
  • Annually Sodexho will donate $5,000 over the life of their Wright State University contract. Sodexho and Wright State University Business Services Department will jointly determine campus initiatives to be supported and provide guidance to the recipient of the funds
  • This fund supports distance learning programs
  • This fund was established to provide discretionary funds in support of the Athletic Council mission.
  • To support Annual Faculty Staff Appreciation Event
  • To market and promote financial literacy through the GradReady tool on RaiderConnect’s website and distribute other information and/or materials during student orientation sessions or at other student/university sponsored; hold periodic workshops throughout the year on key financial topics using either prizes, rewards or refreshments as incentives to attend; joint financial literacy initiatives with Student Government support/involvement, focus groups to determine pertinent topics; develop a co-branded website, “RespectYourMoney.com;” develop programs/games to make learning about financial literacy fun which engages students to practice sound financial habits; explore re-instituting “Wright Financial Path,” a Peer-to-Peer financial counseling service.
  • This fund supports the expenses of "First Weekend", the fall quarter freshman orientation weekend
  • This fund was established to support programs of Ohio LINK.
  • This fund is used to support graduate student research and presentation of research at professional conferences and like venues
  • For general Graduate School purposes such as meeting events with the Advisory Board and community partners.
  • This fund supportst the ares of greatest need in the graduate Studies Program
  • This fund provides the support for the Nutter Center program
  • Funds used to support the annual Raidersgiving
  • This fund was established to fund expenses associated with the annual tech transfer symposium.
  • To support programmatic activities within Tutoring Services including supplies, tutor scholarships, staff training and other tutoring staff development activities, tutor recognition, and other initiatives as the director deems appropriate to meet program goals and objectives
  • This fund supports undergraduate research, student expenses, and support for the inaugural Research Celebration.
  • Signage indicating Vishal Soin Innovation Park locations. Course & Curriculum Development for certificates & advanced degree offerings. Special workshops & initiatives related to industry collaboration/workforce development. Experiential learning experiences for our students.

Scholarships

  • Scholarships for students residing in Brown County, Ohio or Clermont, Clinton, Highland, Adams Pike or Scioto Counties.  See Agreement.
  • This scholarship is for continuing full-time Wright State students, with a documented financial need and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • To fund ABM Scholarship-- gift agreement being developed.
  • This scholarship is for students who are affiliated with the Advancement Division and have a minimum gpa of 2.8.
  • This scholarship is available to students of African–American descent with demonstrated financial need, or first generation students or those returning to complete undergraduate degrees.
  • This scholarship is for non-traditional students who are parenting while they obtain their degree. First preference is given to students majoring in English or Mathematics/Statistics
  • This scholarship is for incoming Beavercreek H.S. students. First preference is given to those who were Interact members while in High School.
  • This fund supports the university's highest and greatest scholarship needs as determined by the Office of Financial Aid
  • This fund supports WSU Alumni Association legacy scholarships
  • Scholarships for students in STEM majors.
  • A scholarship - See agreement.
  • This scholarship provides need-based financial support for Wright State University students
  • This three year, $2,000 per year, scholarship is for undergraduate and graduate STEM majors from the Miami Valley. Preference is given to those applicants who have a family member working at a Dayton Defense member organization, or are themselves working at a Dayton Defense member organization
  • This fund is used for scholarships for continuing undergraduate students in the Raj Soin College of Business and the College of Engineering and Computer Science
  • To fund scholarships for students interested in pursuing careers in medicine or a related field.
  • Scholarship awards for 6 incoming first-year students @ $1,000 each. If applicant pool supports, the split preference is given to 3 students from CoSM, 3 students from CECS. Recipients must provide proof of child dependent status with an active duty parent in the USAF, USMC, US, USCG, or USArmy. Scholarships may be combined with other support to recruit high ability students.
  • This scholarshop is available to students in good academic standing at WSU that graduated from Wayne High School (Huber Heights, OH) or Northeastern High School (Springfield, OH)
  • To support future educator and/or environmental specialists.
  • To provide need-based scholarship support for first generation students.
  • Scholarships for students from the Miami Valley who have financial need.
  • This scholarship is for full-time continuing students who are registered with the Office of Disability Services. Recipients must have obtained a 3.4 gpa.
  • This fund supports four annual full tuition scholarships.
  • This scholarship helps the continuing students, who are in good academic standing who have registered with the Office of Disability Services or are a veteran of the armed forces; have demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship is for Graduate students in any major.
  • This scholarship supports Miami Valley resident students.
  • To provide need-based scholarships
  • STEM scholarships for non-traditional students.  See Agreement.
  • This scholarship funds to financially assist Wright State University students who participate in Hillel Campus activities
  • This scholarship supports retention of current students who are at risk of discontinuing their education due to financial limitations. Successful recipients must have demonstrated financial need.
  • To fund scholarships for CaTS student employees.
  • This scholarship supports a full time undergraduate student, have scored in at least 90th percentile of the ACT or the SAT and have achieved an accumulative high school grade point average of 3.5. It is now for the University Honors Program.
  • The Organization for Black Faculty & Staff (OBFS) offers this scholarship to students of an underrepresented group with a minimum GPA of 2.6.
  • A scholarship - See agreement for terms; Preference for those who have graduated from the Dayton Early College Academy (DECA).
  • Scholarship for students from Preble County
  • This scholarship is for students who work in the Registrars Office.
  • A scholarship supporting the student success priorities for the Rise.Shine. Campaign
  • This scholarship is awarded to honor Robert S. Oelman, a distinguished former Wright State leader; all applicants are reviewed by their college scholarship committee; one nomination is made by each college to the University Scholarship Committee for selection
  • The recipient will have demonstrated financial need, be a Wright State continuing student or transfer student with a minimum GPA of 2.5 o a 4.0 scale, or be an incoming student with a High School GPA of 2.5.
  • To support WSU Mission Scholarships.
  • To support undergraduate students in the RSCoB OR those majoring in Computer Science in the CECS.
  • Scrappy womens Endowed Scholarship helps the female students majoring in Physics, Chemistry, or Management. Possess a strong commitment to becoming an admired business leader as well as displaying strong entrepreneurial skills and characteristics. Have demonstrated academic achievement within Physics, Chemistry, or Management.
  • This scholarship supports Wright State University's full-time students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • The award of scholarship funding to students in STEM degree programs in the College of Science and Mathematics and the College of Engineering and Computer Science as outlined in the scholarship agreement.
  • This fund supports the scholarships for student workers in the Communications & Marketing Department.
  • To provide need-based scholarship support for minority students.
  • This scholarship supports the study abroad programs.
  • This scholarship is for members of the Wright State University Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon who uphold the cardinal principles of Sigma Phi Epsilon and the "SERVICE ABOVE SELF" concept, contribute to the fraternity's growth and fraternal spirit, maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA and display exemplary personal conduct and service to fellow men. First preference will be given to graduates of Wayne High School who meet the above criteria
  • For scholarships supporting Wright State (under)graduates pursuing graduate degrees at Wright State.
  • To support academic scholarships for students participating in intercollegiate athletics who are not receiving an athletics grant in aid.
  • This scholarship is for Dayton Regional STEM School students who graduated with a minimum gpa of 2.5. Preference will be given to students with financial need.
  • To support undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need. First consideration will be given to African-American or Hispanic/Latino students.
  • Scholarships
  • This fund supports scholarship opportunities to students who are employees of the Wright State University Police Department

Scholarships/Awards

Graduation Fund

Scholarships

  • This fund supports need-based scholarships to students who would not be able to attend Wright State University without this support

Lake Campus

Priority Funds

  • Any and all costs to construct, equip, and operate an Advanced Manufacturing Center for the purpose of education training.
  • Any and all costs associated with the construction of an Athletics/Recreation Complex. Any funds remaining after construction may be used to furnish or otherwise improve the complex.

Programs

  • To support student scholarships at Lake Campus
  • Grant funding to the Integrated Science Studies program for paid student research.
  • Any and all costs associated with the construction of a connector building between Trenary and Dwyer Halls. Any funds remaining after construction may be used to furnish or otherwise improve the building.
  • Any and all costs to construct, equip, and operate a Water Quality Institute.
  • Any and all costs to develop and operate an Agri-Business/Food Science Program.
  • Program support for the Engineering Club.
  • To support the Graphic & Multimedia Design Program
  • This fund was established to support faculty and program development for Lake Campus.

Scholarships

  • The scholarship was established to encourage excellent students of the region to attend WSU lake campus. It targets top graduates from each high school within the immediate service region. Applicant must be a full-time student with a minimum GPA of 3.0, be a graduate of the high school in the immediate service area of Lake campus, and must not hold any other WSU scholarship award.
  • This scholarship is for Lake Campus students.
  • This scholarship was established to support undergraduate Lake Campus students enrolled in the Middle Childhood Education program in the College of Education and Human Services.
  • To support student scholarships at Lake Campus
  • This fund was established by the WOEF Board for a Lake Campus student.

Raj Soin College of Business

Priority Funds

  • For all programming (including scholarships, faculty research, marketing, etc.) related to the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE).
  • This fund was established for general support for the RSCOB MBA program.
  • This fund was established for the Dean's office expenses.
  • This scholarship is for Raj Soin College of Business students.

Accounting

  • This scholarship provides financial aid to students majoring in accountancy.
  • This fund is awarded and used in the areas of greatest need, at the discretion of the Chairman of Accountancy.
  • This scholarship is for students who have been admitted into the Department of Accountancy.
  • This scholarship is for financial need students majoring in Accountancy who have public accounting in their career plans.
  • This scholarship is for financial need students majoring in Accountancy who have public accounting in their career plans.
  • Accountancy
  • This scholarship is established to recognize outstanding accounting majors who have expressed an interest in pursuing a career in public accounting.
  • For the use of the Accountancy Department. Decisions on expenditures will be made by the chair of the department in concert with Deloitte & Touche.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate or graduate students in Accountancy.
  • This scholarship is for Accountancy students who have demonstrated leadership and a commitment to a career in professional services.
  • This scholarship is established to give financial assistance and encouragement to deserving students who intend to pursue a career in accounting.
  • Accounting Scholarships.
  • This scholarship is for meritorious full-time, undergraduate Accountancy majors.
  • This scholarship is for Accountancy majors with high academic achievment and leadership abilities.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate Accountancy students.
  • This scholarship supports the financial needs of students in Accountancy
  • To support undergraduate Accountancy major students who have reached junior or senior status at the time the scholarship is issued. Additionally, students need to meet the current GPA and financial need criteria for the WSU Mission Scholarship. See Agreement.
  • See Scholarship Agreement.
  • To promote the advancement of governmental accounting education and encourage students to pursue governmental accounting professions.
  • The Pohlman & Talmage Endowed Scholarship will be available to academically qualified students who are majoring or intend to major in Accountancy.
  • Annual Scholarship for Accounting and Finance Students.
  • Scholarship for accounting major and 60 semester hours completed (junior level student) at the time the scholarship would be paid. Minimum of $1,000 for recipient.
  • Scholarship to support Accountancy students.
  • This scholarship was established to provide scholarships for students that have financial need, be a junior or senior Accounting major with an overall GPA of 3.0.
  • To provide financial support for students majoring in Accountancy at the Raj Soin College of Business.
  • This fund was established to provide financial support to students in the Department of Accountancy and demonstrated academic achievements.
  • This scholarship is for Accounting majors with preference being given to non-traditional female students.
  • This scholarship is for Accountancy majors who have attained a minimum gpa of 3.0 and have financial need.
  • Scholarship

Economics

  • This fund supports the Department of Economics.
  • This scholarship is for Economics majors.
  • To fund scholarships for Economic majors.

Finance and Financial Services

  • This scholarship is for students, who are majoring in Finance or Financial Services and have obtained a 3.0 gpa.
  • Funding to support students and alumni who are studying for the chartered financial analysts exam.
  • This scholarship is for full-time students majoring in the Raj Soin College of Business. Preference will be given to Finance or Financial Services majors.
  • This scholarship funds to support an accomplished student majoring in Finance or Financial Services
  • This scholarship is for a non-traditional finance or financial services female student with a minimum gpa of 3.0.
  • This fund supports the Finance & Financial Services programs
  • This scholarship is for Finance Club members. Recipients may be either full-time or part-time continuing students.
  • This scholarship supports Finance majors.
  • This fund was established to provide funds for any expenditures related to the MTC Technologies Trading Center.
  • This scholarship is for Finance or Financial Services majors.
  • This scholarship is for Finance or Financial Services majors who have attained a minimum gpa of 3.0. First preference will go to students with financial need.
  • $1,000 annual scholarship for Financial Services students with a 3.0 GPA or higher who demonstrate financial need.
  • This scholarship is for Finance majors who have earned a minimum gpa of 2.5.
  • This scholarship is for Financial Services majors.
  • This fund was established to provide operating support of Wright Financial Path-student to student debt counseling program.

Information Systems & Supply Chain Management

  • Support Information Systems majors.
  • Support Supply Chain majors. To support students majoring in Information Systems and Supply Chain Mgt. Dept. in RSCOB.
  • Support Supply Chain majors with priority for minority students.
  • Support Supply Chain major with the highest GPA.
  • Support Information Systems and Supply Chain student activities and faculty development.
  • Support Information System majors and Supply Chain majors with high GPA and industry engagement.
  • General scholarship funds for Information Systems and Supply Chain majors.
  • Expenses in support of student experiential learning and the teaching thereof, which include, and are not limited to, student and faculty travel mileage, software, and research expenditures that are necessary for conduction and completing student projects in both information systems and supply chain programs.
  • Support logistics and supply chain executive events and activities. This fund was established to fund the logistics and supply chain management executive program fund.

Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

  • To elevate the Center for Career Management, including but not limited to, career management workshops, graduate student assistantship funds, physical space for effective interviews, dashboard display, scholarships, etc.   See Agreement.
  • To be used for the construction of the coffee cafe in Rike Hall.

Management

  • This scholarship is for Management/International Business students with preference for students concentrating in Project Management.
  • This scholarship is for students who are majoring in a Management-related field.
  • This fund supports the Human Resource Development program in the College of Business.
  • To fund the Human Resource Lecture Series.
  • This scholarship is for Management/International Business students.
  • This fund was created to be used at the discretion of the Chairman of the Management Department.
  • Scholarships for undergraduate students majoring in management

Marketing

  • This fund provides financial support to emerging priorities within the Marketing Customer Insight Program, including but not limited to: curriculum development, seminars/case studies, speaker forums, and mentoring program.
  • This scholarship is for Marketing majors with an emphasis in customer insight who have obtained a 3.0 gpa .
  • This fund was established to provide students the opportunity to work during the summer months or during the academic year at local businesses. Student will receive a stipend, through WSU's student payroll process, for one academic quarter under this agreement. Recipient must be a full time student pursuing a marketing degree and be in good standing.
  • This scholarship is for undergraduate or graduate Marketing majors.
  • This scholarship is for Raj Soin College of Business marketing students with a minimum gpa of 3.25 and who have the intent of going into retail business.
  • This fund supports the Marketing Club's Wright Brother's Day Event and other program uses
  • This fund was established to support the marketing department initiatives and activities.
  • This fund was created to be used for student and faculty development of the Department of Marketing.
  • This scholarship supports the students majoring in marketing.
  • To provide scholarship support to student(s) within the Marketing Customer Insight Program in the Raj Soin College of Business.
  • This fund was established to provide funding for Department of Marketing graduate students who have demonstrated an ongoing enthusiasm for the positive application of marketing to problem solution to help offset the cost of tuition, fees and required textbooks.
  • This scholarship provides financial assistance to senior Marketing majors

Programs

  • This fund was established to support students in the College of Business.
  • To support students in the RSCoB serving on the Dean's Student Advisory Board to help with emerging priorities.
  • To support students in the ReyRey Café student management board to travel internationally to source of origin with Boston Stoker leadership to experience how direct trade business operates and experience first hand how supply chain works for Boston Stoker. Uses of the award may include, but are not limited to, airfare, accommodations, meal expenses, etc.
  • This fund was established to support distinguished speakers.
  • To support Dean's Student Advisory Board
  • To support the activities of the entrepreneurship club
  • This fund was established in honor of George M. Walker, retired VP and CFO from Robbins and Myers for faculty development (including seminars, travel).
  • This fund supports Institute for Business Integrity activities.
  • Bank One established this grant as an annual award in 1992 for minority students.
  • This fund is used for unrestricted, immediate-use financial support for the Wright State University Raj Soin College of Business at the discretion of the Dean
  • This fund was established for administrative and initial expenses for the Ohio Business Hall of Fame.
  • To support programming for the lecture series
  • To support purchase of books, and travel reimbursement for outside speakers.
  • To support the PBI: established in 2013, a multi-day residential experience that will expose incoming 11th and 12th grade students to the disciplines of economics, accounting, marketing, finance, management, and information systems management and help spark their entrepreneurial spirit. Through real-world business simulation, students will have the opportunity to learn about a local business/entrepreneurs through critical thinking scenarios, research, and collaboration. Funds contributed will be used to support this program (such as scholarships, operating costs, marketing, etc.).
  • To invest in faculty development that elevates RSCOB,including but not limited to, additional research funds, graduate student assistantship funds, faculty presentation travel funds, and emerging priorities.
  • For operating expenses of the Small Business Development Center.
  • This fund was established to provide budget support to the center's stock market simulation program.
  • This fund was established to send student representatives to regional competition and other expenses associated with SIFE.
  • The HF and ME Hopf Fund will be available to qualified students who are majoring in an area within the Raj Soin College of Business.

Scholarships

  • To provide scholarship support to student(s) within the Raj Soin College of Business.
  • This scholarship is for junior or senior level Management majors who have demonstrated leadership in academic or extra curricular activities.
  • The fund was established to support students enrolled in the Raj Soin College of Business.
  • This scholarship has a first preference for Catholic Central High School graduates who plan to major in any Business field.
  • Scholarship to support incoming students into the Raj Soin College of Business with a first preference given to students marjoring in marketing.
  • To support an accomplished student majoring in the Department of Accountancy at WSU. See agreement.
  • This scholarship was established to reward College of Business students. Recipient must be a junior or senior in RSCOB, have a minimum 3.5 GPA for business courses, a minimum overall accumulative 3.25 GPA., have demonstrated leadership skills and be earning a part of college expenses
  • This scholarship is for Greene County High School graduates who have been admitted to the Raj Soin College of Business.
  • Available to any major in the college, must have a 3.0 high school GPA and is renewable to graduation. Must maintain a 3.0.
  • To support students majoring in the Raj Soin College of Business
  • This scholarship is for African American undergraduate students with financial need majoring in a business field.
  • This scholarship is for International Business majors.
  • Fifth Third Bank renamed this scholarship in September 2001 to honor board chairman Jerry L. Kirby.
  • This scholarship is for non-traditional, independent, single parent students in the Raj Soin College of Business.
  • Scholarships
  • To support active duty military, veterans, military spouses, children of military veterans, and active duty personnel majoring in the Raj Soin College of Business
  • This scholarship provides support to non-traditional Raj Soin College of Business students
  • This scholarship is for metorius students in the Raj Soin College of Business.
  • Endowed 6/19/19 See Agreement. Recipients will be involved in the management and the operations of the ReyRey Cafe. These students are typically representative of all majors in RSCOB.
  • This scholarship is for any Business major who has demonstrated financial need.
  • Scholarship for students in the Raj Soin College of Business.
  • This scholarship is for junior or senior students in the Raj Soin College of Business with a minimum gpa of 3.0, and have demonstrated leadership qualities and service to the college, as determined by the committee. Preference is given to students with financial need.
  • This fund was established to provide financial support for seniors majoring in Accounting, Finance or Management. Recipients must be full time undergraduates, have senior status, have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have financial need.
  • Scholarships.  See Agreement
  • This scholarship is for continuing Raj Soin College of Business students who have obtained a minimum gpa of 3.0.
  • Wilma J. Kelly scholarship supports students majoring in Financial Services in honor of Wilma J. Kelly
  • This fund was established in conjunction with the RSCOB and the Young Entrepreneurs Seminar.

Research Support

Programs

School of Professional Psychology

Priority Funds

  • To support diversity programming such as conferences and training support for faculty, students, and staff, diversity dissertation support, materials, and guest speakers.  To be used at the dean's discretion.

Programs

  • This fund provides direct support to SOPP students in honor of Dr. Betty Yung who was a faculty member and an active board member for the HealthPath Foundation of Ohio.  This fund will support dissertation work and students working in violence prevention, in addition to supporting student travel and research.
  • This fund provides support to expand Ellis Institute basement level for additional training opportunties for students, and increase services to patients and the community.
  • This program will be used to fund various functions for the Ellis Human Development Institute.
  • This fund provides support for functions/programs of the School of Professional Psychology.
  • To be awarded to an SOPP faculty, staff, or student that is performing training or service activities or other forms of outreach to fulfill the mission of the School of Professional Psychology. If awarded to a student, the student must be in good standing and demonstrate academic excellence. Awards will be determined at the discretion of the SOPP Scholarship Committee based on requests received from faculty, staff and/or students.
  • To provide support of programs, and for faculty support, in the area of military veterans psychological issues.

Scholarships

  • Dr. and Mrs. Schuster established this scholarship to assist students who are working toward a Doctor of Psychology degree in the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University. During their lifetimes, the Schusters contributed decades of service and support to health and the arts. Preference will be given to candidates who are in good academic standing and who demonstrate financial need.
  • The School of Professional Psychology established this scholarship to honor the contributions and memory of Jimmy Lamar Johnson. The goal of the scholarship is to provide support for doctoral students who demonstrate the values that Dr. Johnson embodied. This scholarship will be awarded to a student who has completed one year of doctoral studies and who generates creative solutions to problems, exercises effective leadership for change, and mentors others.
  • This scholarship fund, established in memoriam of Dr. Duke E. Ellis, was created specifically to assist African-American students in the School of Professional Psychology. This scholarship is limited to entering students and is intended to aid the recruitment of highly competitive students.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Earl Redman established the E. Scott Redman Scholarship Award at SOPP in memory of their son. The award recognizes a student who, like Scott, shows not only outstanding academic achievement but also demonstrates an unusually strong commitment to community service and the pursuit of high principles. Mr Redman has continue to support his son's legacy. The award goes to a student who demonstrates diverse interests, persists in overcoming life's potential obstacles and has a financial need or other special circumstances.
  • To provide additional funding annually to one or more doctoral students in the SOPP to pursue clinical training and professional development en route to serving as a military psychologist in the U.S. Armed Forces and/or students who have demonstrated service to a military population(s). Student going on internships are also eligible to apply for this scholarship. Financial need is not a prerequisite but may be considered in the selection process.
  • This fund was established by the School of Professional Psychology to support student scholarships. This scholarship will be awarded to students at the discretion of the Dean.
  • To be awarded to an SOPP student that exemplifies the spirit and mission of the School of Professional Psychology. The student must be in good standing; demonstrate academic excellence; and have a financial need. The scholarship will be awarded at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee.
  • Dr. John Rudisill established this scholarship in honor of his wife, Dr. Teresa Rudisill, to assist students in the School of Professional Psychology receive their doctoral degree at Wright State University. First preference will be given to students of Appalachian descent. Second preference will be given to international students. If there are no applicants of Appalachian descent or international students, the scholarship may be opened up to the entire school. The scholarship recipient must demonstrate financial need and be in good academic standing at Wright State University.

Student Affairs

Priorities

  • This fund assists students whose needs are not currently being met by existing financial aid programs (federal, state, local; grants, scholarships, attractive loans) and/or those students for whom loans would be overly burdensome. This fund is also meant to address unanticipated financial hurdles and/or to get students out of any financial bind which threatens their ability to continue their education at Wright State University

Programs

  • Established to support the operating expenses of the Friendship Food Pantry
  • To support the WSU 4 Paws organization
  • Adapted athletics equipment fund provides support for equipments for Adapted Athletic Program -handicapped students.
  • This fund provides financial assistance for special needs for adapted intramurals and recreation.
  • This fund supports the adapted sport club activities.
  • The adaptive technology fund was created by the Greater Dayton Jaycees for creation and maintenance of the Garden of the Senses.
  • To support expenses of the American Medical Association
  • To provide supplemental support for the Beta Phi Omega Fraternity at Wright State University
  • This fund was established to support the operating expenses for Black Student Union.
  • This fund supports the WSU Men's and Women's Bowling Club.
  • This fund was established to support intramural and recreational sports programs.
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the cheerleading team
  • To support the WSU Club Baseball team.
  • This fund supports for the WSU Club Cheerleading sport club.
  • To support the Women's Club Volleyball Team
  • To pay for academic integrity supplies.
  • To support the WSU Competitive Cheer Team
  • This fund is used to solicit funds for various Counseling and Wellness Services functions and/or programs. Monies will be used to support programs, purchase supplies/technology, and professional development initiatives.
  • To support the activities of the Wright State Cru Chapter as determined by the Chapter President and Faculty Advisor
  • To support the WSU Club Dance Team.
  • This fund provides the operating support for the Wright State University Club Hockey Team
  • This fund was established to support the operating expenses for Disc Golf Sport Club.
  • This fund is used for the design and construction the Dog Park for service animals of Wright State University students
  • This fund supports ongoing operating expenses, equipment, and improvements to the Dog Park
  • This fund supports Earth Day philosophies
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the Emerald Jazz team
  • To Support expenses of the Finance Club
  • This fund supports the WSU Men and Women's Football Sport Club
  • Supports the efforts of the Global Public Health Brigade Student Organization at WSU
  • To support the purchase of Kente Stoles for graduating students
  • Greek Life programming related expenses.
  • This fund was established to aid the blind of Greene County, Ohio.
  • To support the WSU Gymnastics club
  • To support the WSU Healthy Haven Club
  • This fund was established to support funding for Hillel student educational programs.
  • Program use for students in the Independent Scholars Network
  • The funds are intended to be used to support currently registered WSU students who are experiencing a critical financial need by removing barriers that impede their success. Funds may provide support for student educational expenses including, but not limited to: tuition, books, fees, tutoring etc. Funds may also be used for individual student needs including but not limited to: living expenses, rent, food, transportation, childcare, etc. This fund will not be used for student employment and/or wages.
  • This fund was established to support the operating expenses for Men's Club Soccer.
  • This fund was established to support theoperating expenses for Men's Rugby Sport Club.
  • This fund supports the equipment for and improvement of the multipurpose Athletic/Recreation Fields.
  • This fund was established to provide support for outdoor recreation.
  • To support expenses of the Phi Sigma Phi Fraternity
  • This fund was established to provide program support for pre-college programs.
  • This fund was established to support Project Linus on campus.
  • Support Quizbowl team at Academic Competitions.
  • Support for Raid Our Closet
  • Support for Raider Camp
  • This fund was established to support the operations of the 15 hour dance marathon which is dedicated to raising money for Dayton Children's Hospital.
  • This fund supports programming and operations for Residence Services
  • This fund was established for operations of the rugby clubs such as supplies, travel, communication and outreach, maintenance and repair, approval need from associate director of campus recreation, associate director for business or student organization account clerk.
  • This fund was established to support the activities of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity at WSU.
  • This fund supports the WSU Men's and Women's Ski & Board Club
  • To support the WSU Softball Fastpitch Club Team.
  • This fund was established to be used for operating expenses for Sports Clubs.
  • This fund was established to provide support for expenditures related to the STEM Institute. Expenses may include contracted services, supplies, meals and transportation for students or senior stipends.
  • This fund was established for general program support for departments within Student Affairs.
  • This fund was established to support the activities for WSU Student Government.
  • This fund was established to fund leadership programs and student leader scholarships.
  • Support for Student Support Services
  • This fund was established to be utilized for Student Union programs, services and facilities.
  • To support suicide and violence prevention initiatives.
  • To support the WSU Club Swim Team
  • To support the WSU Table Tennis Club
  • This fund supports the general program support of The Guardian newspaper.
  • To support the WSU Ultimate Frisbee Club (Airstrike)
  • This fund supports the Institute of Defense Studies, including scholarships awarded by the Institute
  • Program support for the Veterans' League student organization.
  • This fund supports the operating expenses of WSU Women's Club Soccer.
  • To provide supplemental support for the Wright State student population receiving academic support services through the Veteran and Military Center at WSU. Can be used at the discretion of the Director of the VMC to support student success initiatives for both individual student services and group student services including, but not limited to, the following types of support: prior learning assessment (PLA); Office of Disability Services assessment; career exploration assessments; tutoring financial literacy education; and student success workshops and associated costs. Funds are not intended to be used for wages and benefits.
  • This fund was established to support funding for the WSU ice hockey club.

Scholarships

  • This scholarship is for students who are legally blind or visually impaired.
  • This scholarship is for Wright State students who have overcome adversity, with first preference going to those who are residential students. Recipients must have a minimum gpa of 2.0.
  • This scholarship supports full-time or part-time continuing students with physical or sensory disabilities, who have participated in Adapted Recreation Programs, and have maintained a minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • Scholarship support for student employees of the Office of Campus Recreation.
  • This scholarship is for current members of Beta Phi Omega who have been members for at least one year.
  • This fund was established for disability related expenses such as equipment, attendant care, housing and independent living.
  • This scholarship supports the commuter students at Wright State University.
  • This scholarship supports Student Union employees who are in good academic standing. Preference will be given to nursing majors.
  • Scholarship for student employee of Campus Recreation, Student Union, or Event Services; have a minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale; demonstrate a commitment to community services through various volunteer activities.
  • This scholarship is for any legally blind Wright State undergraduate student who is in need of financial aid and has a minimum gpa of 2.5 or above.
  • Wright State University's First Year Student Scholarship Program is merit-based and designed to recognize academically outstanding and creatively talented students. 
  • This scholarship is for visually impaired graduate or undergraduate students. Successful applicants must have documented financial need, be an Ohio resident and show substantial progress toward obtaining a degree. Recipients can be either full or part-time
  • This scholarship is available to Independent Scholars Networkstudents in good standing; documented financial need; attained, at minimum, sophomore status; minimum GPA of 2.75
  • This award provides scholarships to Student Union/Campus Recreation student employees, with a minimum gpa of 3.0 and a commendable job performance.
  • This scholarship is available to students that have achieved sophomore status with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0; Individual must have contributed to Student Union volunteer programs and services while working as a student employee.
  • This endowment scholarship is available to students that have achieved sophomore status with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0; Individual must have contributed to Student Union volunteer programs and services while working as a student employee.
  • This scholarship is available to all students who have parents, stepparents, or legal guardians who are current WSU Parent Association members
  • This scholarship is for students who live on campus that contribute to the residential community.
  • This scholarship is for students who live on campus that contribute to the residential community.
  • This scholarship is for first-year students who are employees of the Student Union/Campus Recreation.
  • To provide Balanced Man Scholarships.
  • this scholarship os for members of the Wright State University Chapter os Sigma Phi Epsilon.
  • To fund scholarships for undergrad students in good academic standing.
  • This scholarship supports the undergraduate students with at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
  • This scholarship was established to provide financial encouragement to Student Union/Campus Rec Office student employees. Recipients must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and a commendable record of job performance.
  • This fund was established to provide financial encouragement to Student Union/Campus Rec Office student employees. Recipients must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and a commendable record of job performance.
  • Scholarship Support
  • This fund was established for academic achievement scholarships for fraternity and sorority members.
  • This Scholarship is for continuing students who have attained sophomore status and who show commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

University Center for International Education (UCIE)

Programs

  • To fund study abroad programs
  • This fund supports the international education programs
  • Track and monitor expenses and donations to the International Festival (IFA).

Scholarships

  • This scholarship supports students in the Study Abroad program.
  • This scholarship supports graduate or undergraduate students participating in the Study Abroad Program or the Ambassador Program. Recipients must be registered for a minimum of 6 credit hours and be in good academic standing.
  • This scholarship is for students with Hungarian ancestry.
  • This scholarship supports international students.
  • This scholarship is for full-time undergraduate students of Italian descent, who are in good academic standing with a minimum gpa of 3.0.
  • Scholarship for students of Eastern European descent
  • Scholarship for international students
  • To provide financial assistance to students who are studying in a foreign country.

University College

Programs

  • To support programmatic activities within the Math Learning Center including supplies, tutor scholarships, staff training and other tutoring staff development activities, tutor recognition and other initiatives as the Director deems appropriate to meet the goals and objectives of the Center.
  • To support programming in the Student Success Center.
  • This fund was established to support university college programs.
  • This fund was established to support university writing center programs.

Scholarships

  • This fund supports students with financial need who have been admitted to their college, and have sucessfully completed developmental education course work.
  • This fund was established for a scholarship or book fund awarded to a University College student.
  • This fund was established in 1989 and named in honor of the late state representative C.J. McLin Jr., this program provides financial assistance to academically talented students from underrepresented ethnic groups (see C.J. McLin Jr. Scholarship criteria for eligibility). Continuing the legacy of C.J. McLin Jr., students awarded this scholarship are required to perform community service and participate in activities that will develop and enrich leadership abilities.
  • All Wright State students with a 3.4 minimum cumulative GPA by the end of Fall semester, who apply, will compete with applicants from the same college for the monies raised by the WSU Foundation each year

University Libraries

Priorities

  • This fund is for any support of the University Libraries.

Programs

  • Provides funding for improvements to Special Collections & Archives' facility.
  • Please visit www.libraries.wright.edu/friends for information about Friends of the Libraries membership levels.
  • Enrich University Libraries collections with a Legacy Book or other library material; ideal for honoring a loved one, outstanding colleague or major life event.
  • This fund is for the support and expansion of services at the Wright State University Libraries
  • Supports the acquisition, processing, and preservation of Special Collections & Archives' materials.
  • Used to support the preservation of and access to the Wallace Family Papers related collections pertaining to the communities of Medway, Bethel Township, Clark County, and nearby counties in Ohio.
  • Support the enhancement of the Wright Brothers Collection

Scholarships

  • LSAA are awarded biannually to Library Student Assistants who have worked a minimum of one semester, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and a record of outstanding library service.

Veteran and Military Center

Priority Funds

  • This all-purpose fund provides the most flexible and utilized EVERYDAY support for student veterans at WSU.

Programs

  • This fund will support the creation of an outdoor patio space to honor veterans and their champions.
  • This fund supports our premier veterans serving veterans community engagement project and provides financial support to WSU student veterans gathering, archiving, and sharing stories of veterans.

Scholarships

  • This fund provides support to student veterans in severe financial need.
  • At present this fund supports student veterans in providing leadership support in serving their fellow veterans and other community members at WSU.
  • Provides scholarship support for students who are U.S. Veterans

WSU Alumni Association

Programs

  • To fund the AAAS's Project ASPIRE Program.
  • To fund activity associated with the society's outreach to alumni, students, and the community.
  • This fund provides support for the initiatives determined by the Alumni Association Board to benefit Wright State University. Initiatives include Alumni Grove
  • To support the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office in providing opportunities for members within the Fraternity and Sorority Life Community at Wright State to participate in leadership development opportunities
  • This fund is to accept gifts, sponsorships, donations for Homecoming Festivals and is to be used for expenses associated with Homecoming Festivals.
  • Supports the Alumni Association programming activities.

Scholarships

  • This scholarship helps the African American students from the Miami Valley
  • This scholarship is for students who have an immediate family member that is a current Gold or Life Gold member of the Wright State University Alumni Association. Recipients are required to have a minimum High School, transfer, or WSU GPA of 2.7.
  • This scholarship is for students who are from the Cleveland, OH/Cuyahoga County area pursuing an education from Wright State University
  • Since 1973, the WSU Alumni Association has supported scholarships at Wright State University and, since 1994; the Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship program has been providing tuition assistance to students pursuing their WSU degrees. In 2012, the WSU Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship Endowment, along with the opportunity for individual donor (s) to name Alumni Legacy Endowments.
  • To fund scholarships for members of WSU fraternities and/or sororities as identified by the corresponding scholarship agreement.
  • To fund WSU Alumni Association Legacy Scholarships
  • This scholarship supports students who wish to pursue a degree from Wright State University - Lake Campus and are a Wright State graduate or the relative of a Wright State graduate.
  • This scholarship supports the degree-seeking active members of Wright State’s NLA program
  • This scholarship is for Social Work majors who have attained a 3.0 gpa.

WSU Retirees Association

Programs

  • This fund supports the mission and goals of the WSU Retirees Association

Scholarships

  • This scholarship is available to a full-time student with a minimum GPA of 3.0; first preference given to applicant who is a relative of a WSU retiree (or) age 25 or older