During a Friday meeting, Wright State University’s Board of Trustees brainstormed new ways to boost enrollment as part of the board's continued efforts to shore up the school’s finances.
The university is projecting another budget surplus this year, for a second year in a row.
Wright State is expected to add another $5.8 million to its reserve fund this year. This means the school is unlikely to be placed under state fiscal watch.
Board Chairman Doug Fecher says, while that’s good news, they’re not out of the woods yet.