Note From the Vice President

photo of mark polatajkoThank you for visiting the Division of Business and Finance at Wright State University. Our four departments – Financial and Business Operations, Facilities Management and Services, Campus Auxiliary and Business Services, and Human Resources – serve the campus community by driving quality, value, and service. The University depends on Business and Finance for a wide variety of services ranging from careful stewardship of university funds to what to eat for lunch to safe navigation of the campus grounds. With our Divisional philosophy of Business and Finance as a service organization, we take all of these responsibilities and our many others to heart. We build and maintain the physical, financial, and human resource infrastructures that support the academic, student affairs, and community outreach goals of the university. With an eye to continuous improvement, we engage students, faculty, staff, and community partners for new ways to provide best-in-class service and catalyze innovation and progress at Wright State University.

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Cleveland catch

Diamond Williams links social work with mental health, community activism. Her early knowledge of Wright State and her father’s connection drew her to the university.
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Economic good

Wright State is participating in a national initiative researching economic inequality’s impact on democracy and encourage students to live lives of informed civic engagement.
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Wright State teaches about civil rights beyond the classroom

Kimberly Barrett, vice president for multicultural affairs and community engagement, discussed The Phoenix Project: A Call to Action 2015, a series of programs and discussions exploring civil liberties and voting rights in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Voting …
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Mentoring magic

Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center mentoring program is helping to boost success of first-year African-American students.
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