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The Wright State University Alumni Association continually strives to provide our members with a wide variety of benefits. Take a moment to review the below information and to learn more about how you can get involved. 

As an alumni you can show your commitment to helping Wright State students achieve their dream of a college education.

Alumni News

Nov 5, 2015
It may have started small, but now it's gotten big and Raidersgiving needs your help.
Sep 23, 2015
The Presidential Debate will be held Sept. 26, 2016, at the Wright State University Nutter Center.
Sep 15, 2015
Wright State biology graduate Julie Bonsall '12 leads a pioneering wellness program at the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority.
Sep 11, 2015
Behzad Ghanbarian '14 will receive the Donald L. Turcotte award from the American Geophysical Union for his dissertation on the physical and hydraulic properties of rocks and soils.
Aug 28, 2015
Students at the Dayton Regional STEM School are working with state Sen. Peggy Lehner to pass legislation requiring public family restrooms with adult changing stations.
Aug 27, 2015
Move-in Day on Wright State’s Dayton Campus began at 9 a.m. Aug. 27, as 1,400 new students arrived at their new home.
Jul 27, 2015
Wright State statistics graduate Whit Alley '15 scores a job with Nielsen Ratings after answering question from interviewers that tripped up other candidates.
Jul 8, 2015
Dr. Harry Khamis

We believe that the pursuit of knowledge is a lifelong quest, and Alumni College is a rich opportunity for Alumni to enjoy that learning experience again and to sample the recent research and academic courses of Wright State's distinguished faculty.  Two College of Science and Mathematics' faculty, Dr. Harry Khamis and Dr. Christopher Wyatt, will be teaching at the Alunni College...

Jun 18, 2015
Wright State alumnus John McIntire '14 wins prestigious national aerospace award for his dissertation on stereoscopic research.
Jun 15, 2015
Wright State biology graduate Elizabeth Harris '15 can’t keep her eyes off her future career in optometry.


Award Recipients

Each year the Wright State University Alumni Association coordinates the Outstanding Alumni Awards, allowing each college or school at the university to recognize former students who have gone on to make exceptional contributions to their professional fields while giving back to their communities.

Alumni Registration

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When you think back on your time at Wright State, and in particular the College of Science and Mathematics, there may be a class, lab experience, internship or faculty member that is recognized as a meaningful highlight or experience within CoSM.  You may also realize that a particular “something” was missing for you…an opportunity, a research stipend, or a need based scholarship.  There may be something you would like to create or fund so resources are available today that may not have existed during your student years.  Whatever your realization, you can make a difference in the life of a student or faculty member today with a designated gift to a personal area of interest.

Gifts to CoSM can be large or small.  They can be undesignated, meaning the college determines how best to utilize the support.  Gifts can be also designated which allows you to select a particular CoSM area or initiative to support that is personally meaningful to you or a priority within the college.  Gifts can be annual gifts, one-time gifts, multi-year pledges, planned-gifts within your will or estate plans or, a combination of any of the aforementioned.  The most important aspect of a designated gift is that it matches your personal interests with how the gift will be utilized within CoSM.  

Learn more about CoSM areas of support, or contact Chris Adkins-Lamb at 937-775-4980 or