Traditional undergraduate students include any student who has earned a high school diploma or GED and seeks to pursue a bachelor’s degree from one of our 70+ programs of study. Students may be domestic or international, first-year or transfer, resident or commuter (see residency requirements).
Adult domestic or international students, generally 25+ years of age or employed full-time, seeking to complete a bachelor’s degree or non-degree courses through evening, weekend, and/or online courses. Students may choose from undergraduate programs in accounting, business, communications and education.
Domestic or international students who have earned a bachelor’s degree and seek to complete a master’s or doctoral degree.
The Sharp Family Tourism and Education Center provides a home for the permanent display of photographs, furniture, and drawings depicting Wright’s relationship with the College. The Center also acts as a home for visiting exhibits on loan from various other Wright sites.
As the first transitional school for children with dyslexia in the state of Florida and one of only a few comprehensive schools for such students in the United States, The Roberts Academy provides a full complement of academic programs, as well as support and training for parents and teachers of students with dyslexia.
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