CONTINUING THE LEGACY
It’s hard to believe it’s been over 40 years since the Wright State University Alumni Association was founded. Over the past four decades, we have been proudly committed to supporting our alma mater, keeping our alumni connected, and providing scholarships to hundreds of Wright State students.
In today’s economy, as state and federal funding continues to decrease, private dollars for scholarships are needed now more than ever before. You have already shown your pride in Wright State through your membership and support of the Wright State University Alumni Association. Now you can show your commitment to helping Wright State students achieve their dream of a college education.
- African-American Alumni Society Scholars Fund
- Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship Fund
- Lake Campus Alumni Network Scholarship Fund
- Social Work Alumni Society Scholarship Fund
- Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Alumni Society Scholarship
We hope you choose to support Wright State students through your gifts to any (or all) of these Alumni Association scholarship funds.
Ebony Davenport ('14)
AFRICAN-AMERICAN ALUMNI SOCIETY SCHOLARS FUND >>
The African-American Alumni Society Scholars Fund supports Raider Country students of African or African-American descent. Members of the society established the scholarship in 2005, and are currently working to endow the fund while continuing to sustain current-use scholarships.
“This scholarship affords me the opportunity to continue to strive for my dreams and is a reminder that my educational endeavors and journey are not taken alone”—Ebony Davenport
Josiah ('16) and Sarah Tritle ('17)
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION LEGACY SCHOLARSHIP FUND >>
Legacy Scholarships support students who are immediate family members of Wright State graduates and eligible members of the Wright State University Alumni Association. The fund was created in 1994, but our Alumni Association has been committed to supporting scholarships for Wright State students since 1972—shortly after its founding.
“Wright State is already giving me a quality, affordable education, and with the help of this scholarship, I will be able to graduate debt-free”—Josiah Tritle
Sherry Greene ('13)
SOCIAL WORK ALUMNI SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP FUND >>
The Social Work Alumni Society Scholarship Fund, established in 2010, is one of our newest Alumni Association Scholarships. The fund supports students admitted to the Social Work program in Wright State’s College of Liberal Arts. The society is currently working to endow the fund while continuing to sustain current-use scholarships.
“Because of the scholarship, I was able to fulfill my dream of graduating in 2013. Knowing that the Alumni Association believed in me enough to give me this kind of support gave me the confidence to believe in myself.”—Sherry Greene
Katelynn McDaniel ('16)
LAKE CAMPUS ALUMNI NETWORK SCHOLARSHIP FUND >>
The Lake Campus Alumni Network Scholarship Fund was established in 2011 and is one of the Alumni Association's newest funds. The fund support 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. In 2013, the fund awarded its first scholarships to Lake Campus students.
“Without scholarships like this, my path to my career would be impossible.”—Katelynn McDaniel
Sarah Williams ('04)
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Scholarship Fund, established in 2012, is one of our newest Alumni Association Scholarships. The fund supports students admitted to the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance certificate program. The society is currently working to endow the fund while continuing to sustain current-use scholarships.
"Education is so important. Those of us who are alumni of Wright State and employed in the nonprofit field are proud that we are able to create this scholarship to support NLA students."—Sarah Williams
Would you like to make a pledge or mail a check? You can print off a giving form and mail it in at your convenience Download form now (PDF) >>
View a full list of scholarship and program designations at Wright State >>