None of that seemed to bother students visiting the school this week though, some of whom did not even know of the problems WSU is facing.
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Anna Stevens, an incoming sociology major from Pickerington, said she is a little concerned about WSU’s issues but added she knows the school takes care of its students.
Josh Perez, of Wilmington, said he plans to study international business at WSU this fall. He said he’s not concerned about Wright State’s problems because he doesn’t think they’ll impact students much.
“Financially, how the school is going, it’s not going to affect the students as much,” Perez said. “The students will still come. The faculty will still be generous and it will still be really nice. Leave the stress to the other end.”
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