Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, is named after the famous Wright brothers. Continuing the brothers' spirit of innovation, the university serves more than 17,000 students, offering 91 undergraduate and more than 80 doctoral, graduate, and professional degrees. The four-year public research university has a branch campus located on the shores of Grand Lake St. Marys, between Celina and St. Marys, Ohio, and serves more than 1,100 students. We have a national reputation in excellence in serving students with disabilities, and is the first campus in the United States to have a dog park dedicated to service animals. Originally founded as a branch campus of The Ohio State University and Miami University, Wright State became an independent educational institution in 1967.