Wright State University and Sinclair renewed an agreement October 6 that enhances access to bachelor’s degree programs at Wright State and has already benefited hundreds of Sinclair students. “This is further evidence of the strong partnership we have with Sinclair,” said WSU president David Hopkins. Between 2012 and 2016, 2,033 students were concurrently enrolled at Sinclair and Wright State, making this partnership one of the most impactful educational relationships in Ohio. In addition to joint advising, students in the program are provided the opportunity to use identified Wright State facilities and become part of the Wright State community. Benefits include participation in selected student life activities, admission to non-ticketed athletic and cultural events and the option of living on campus upon acceptance for housing.