At least 1,100 students graduated at Wright State’s fall commencement ceremonies this weekend at the Nutter Center.
A commencement for graduate students was held Friday night and one for undergraduates took place Saturday.
1,157 graduates will join more than 120,000 Wright State Raider alumni across the nation and around the world.
The summer and fall classes of 2022 include graduates with 616 bachelor’s degrees, 443 master’s degrees, 40 doctoral degrees and 23 associate degrees, the school announced.
The commencement featured a short congratulatory video from Governor Mike DeWine.
The classes feature 184 international students from 19 different countries, including 146 from India.
The youngest graduate is 18-years old earning a bachelor’s degree in English and the oldest is 61-years old with an organizational leadership bachelor’s degree.