Are you a student leader looking for an opportunity?

Apply today for the College of Science and Mathematics Dean's Circle

The College of Science & Mathematics Dean's Circle consists of undergraduate students who represent the college’s six comprehensive departments: biological sciences, chemistry, earth and environmental sciences, mathematics and statistics, physics, and psychology. This student advisory board was established in 2008 to keep the dean informed about the concerns and question of undergradute students in the college.

The Dean’s Circle meets twice a month during fall and spring semesters. One of the monthly meetings is with the Dean to discuss college-related issues that are high on the minds of College of Science and Mathematics students. Members of the Dean’s Circle are selected based on their interest, academic achievement, and leadership skills.

If you are interested in joining the Dean's Circle you should submit:

You may drop off your photo and application at the Deans office in 134 Oelman Hall or send your photo and application as an email attachment to Dean’s Circle Advisor, Jacqui Neal (Jacqueline.neal@wright.edu).

Applications are accepted each spring. This year's applications deadline is March 16, 2018.