Wright State University
2004-2005 Graduate Catalog
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Student-Centered Resources, Facilities, and Activities


Wright State University offers accommoda-tions for graduate and professional students in The Village. This apartment community offers efficiency and one- and two-bedroom style units. All apartments have wall-to-wall carpet, window coverings, and modern kitchens.

The Village is conveniently located on campus, within walking distance of all university facilities. A variety of shopping centers, restaurants, and attractions are minutes away from The Village community.

Once students are admitted to graduate school, they receive information regarding campus housing options. To be eligible for The Village, a student must be admitted to the university and meet one of the following criteria: graduate or professional student, 23 years of age or older, in an exclusive relationship, or have legal dependent(s). As space allows, undergraduate students with junior or senior status may be allowed to reside in The Village.

Other housing options are also available in Wright State's residence halls and campus apartments. Information about off-campus housing can be obtained through the Officeof Student Life at (937) 775-5570.

Additional information concerning graduate student housing can be obtained by contacting the Office of Residence Services at (937) 775-4172 (Voice or TDD), or at our Web site at www.wright.edu/students/housing/.

Graduate School
E344 Student Union
Voice: (937) 775-2976
Fax: (937) 775-2453
E-mail: wsugrad@wright.edu
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