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Wright State University
Named after the inventors of powered flight-Orville and Wilbur Wright-Wright State University continues their tradition of innovation. A rich and dynamic community of over 18,000 students, Wright State offers more than 100 undergraduate degrees and nearly 50 Ph.D., master's, and professional degrees through its eight colleges and three schools, including schools of medicine and professional psychology. In addition, the Wright State University-Lake Campus, a branch campus located between St. Marys and Celina, Ohio, offers associate and pre-baccalaureate degrees, and limited baccalaureate and master's degrees. The main campus' state-of-the-art facilities are located in a beautiful 557-acre wooded setting 12 miles northeast of Dayton, Ohio. More than 150 student clubs and organizations give vibrancy to campus life. About 3,000 students live in modern residence halls with another 4,300 in adjacent developments within walking distance of campus.