Advising and Resources

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About Advising and Resources

Wright State’s College of Science and Mathematics will be there to help you navigate your college journey. We offer academic advising and career planning to help bring your future into focus. You can also benefit from the support of your peers in our student clubs and organizations. Targeting a career in the health professions? You will find our Pre-Health Advising program to be an invaluable resource.

Academic Advisors

Academic advisors are available to help you plan your program of study and answer questions. We encourage you to meet with your advisor at least once a year to ensure you are on schedule for graduation. Your advisor can also answer questions about procedures and processes or academic problems. 

Career Advisors

Navigating the path to your ideal career can seem complicated. Wright State University Career Services provides expert guidance for you—from incoming freshmen to alumni. Get help with: 

  • Exploring careers 
  • Your major 
  • Building a resume or CV 
  • Mock interviews 
  • Networking with professionals 
  • Finding internships 
  • Applying to graduate school 

You have a college-specific dedicated career consultant to help every step of the way. We'll prepare you for tomorrow’s workforce through experiential learning, then help you transition into a professional career upon graduation. We find mutually beneficial internships that enhance your access to employers in the region and collaborate with faculty and staff to help prepare you for the transition from the classroom to the workforce. 

Not sure where to start? 

Pre-Health Advising Resources

The Pre-Health Advising Program helps students combine the pre-health pre-requisite coursework with classes required by their major. 

Course Override

Use this form to request an override for system-enforced prerequisites for a course offered by the College of Science and Mathematics.  

Submit ONE form for EACH course request.