Wright State University Pre-College Programs



Wright State offers precollege enrichment programs in a rotating selection of subject areas. Residential Camps (for students entering grades 6-9) and Institutes (grades 10-12) are weeklong programs exploring engineering, law, leadership, math, science, technology, the arts, anatomy and physiology, forensic science and creative writing. Each program incorporates lectures, hands-on projects, small-group discussions and program-specific field trips. Nonresidential enrichment courses accommodate pupils entering grades K-9.

General Info

Name Wright State University Pre-College Programs
Location Dayton, OH
Year-round Contacts 937-775-3135
Program Focuses & Features Art, Astronomy, Cooking, Creative Writing, Engineering, Forensic Science, Government, Law, Leadership, Math, Medicine/Healthcare, Science, Swimming, Theater
Grade Range (rising grades) K-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 12-17; Day — Coed 5-14
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Brenda I. Dewberry, Director
Residential Fee $650, 1 week.
Day Fee $125, 1 week.
Year Established 1988
Dates & Sessions June-Aug; 1 week


Brenda I. Dewberry, Director