Wright State offers residential communities housing for 3,000 students, with 11 residence halls for traditional-aged single students; 15 apartments for upperclass, single students; and three apartments for nontraditional and graduate students. All campus housing is smoke-free. University Honors students can live in the Honors Residence Hall. Other Living Learning programs include Engineering & Computer Science, Pre-Medicine, Theater & Performing Arts, and Community Service. Campus Housing provides an environment and programs that advance the educational goals of resident students and Wright State University.
For the most up-to-date Campus Housing information, visit http://www.wright.edu/housing.