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Committed to Excellence in Nursing Education

Events

Thu
27
Oct
5 pm
Berry Room - Nutter Center

Disaster Management

The College of Nursing and Health is a leader in the field of disaster management. Participants are exposed to disaster concepts throughout the curriculum, which includes an elective devoted solely to disaster preparedness.

Welcome to the College of Nursing and Health

Advising Appointments & Handbooks

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Whether you’re a current CONH student, a Wright State student looking to enter the program, or a future student considering a nursing degree, we can answer your questions and help you on your journey to a nursing career.

To schedule an advising appointment for prospective and current undergraduate students and prospective graduate students, please call: (937) 775-3131

Lab Hours and Handbooks

Cameos of Caring

This is the 15th year that Wright State University's College of Nursing and Health has recognized outstanding bedside Registered Nurses in the Miami Valley for their contributions to health care delivery.

News

Wright State’s first president Brage Golding dies

Known as an innovator with an entrepreneurial spirit, Brage Golding served as Wright State’s president from 1966 to 1972.
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Wright State faculty honored for excellence in classroom, research and community

Each year Wright State recognizes select faculty members for their outstanding work in the classroom and for excellence in research, community engagement, professional service and early career achievement.
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Wright State’s Raider Guardian app a handy tool for staying safe on campus

Students, faculty and staff at Wright State’s Dayton Campus are able to call university police at the touch of a button.
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Campus bustles with volunteers, golf carts and new students on Move-In Day

With the help of 500 volunteers and 110 golf carts, more than 1,600 first-year students brought their belongings to Wright State during Move-In Day.
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