Administration

The Administrative unit serves as the central location for the Division. It contains the Office of the Vice President, and the Enrollment Marketing and Services and College Readiness staffs.  

Enrollment Management

The Enrollment Management Division manages the diverse responsibilities of enrollment activities across the institution through a collaborative team approach. The division handles the recruitment of new, direct from high school students, adult and transfer students, veterans and military-connected students as well as the strategies which support the persistence of our students through graduation.

Enrollment Marketing and Services

The Office of Enrollment Marketing and Services provides assistance for the Enrollment Management Division with strategic and tactical marketing and advertising support. And, it serves as the liaison to Communications and Marketing for enrollment marketing initiatives within the academic colleges, Graduate School, School of Professional Psychology, and Lake campus. The Services side of the office oversees Orientation and RaiderConnect.

Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid is responsible for the administration of all federal, state, and institutional financial aid programs for students enrolled at Wright State University. In addition to administering financial aid programs, we are also responsible for scholarships, financial literacy, consortium agreements, study abroad, and default management programs. The Office of Financial Aid also assists Raider Connect with any student related issues, and works with the Raider Connect staff to ensure that the staff has the most up to date training required to assist students with all of their financial aid needs.

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Orientation

During Orientation, students learn about course selection, academic advising, student services, and student life. They have an opportunity to choose a learning community, register for fall semester classes, receive important computer account information, connect with current and incoming Wright State students and receive their Wright1 student ID card. We encourage their families to come along as we introduce the class of 2016 into the Wright State community. Welcome to the pack!

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RaiderConnect

The mission of RaiderConnect is to provide centralized integrated student-centric services, both online and offline, to our prospective and returning students and families.

The primary goals of our Center are:

  • Provide a single point of contact while offering a student-centric experience;
  • Refine and build upon the already positively-rated customer service levels;
  • Reduce time spent for students traveling to respective units separately;
  • Increase efficiency within RaiderConnect and home offices through process improvement/assessment;
  • Move students online vs. in-line when possible;
  • Support building

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Transfer Student Resource Center

The Transfer Student Resource Center serves prospective transfer students to ensure a seamless transfer to Wright State University. The Transfer Student Resource Center can discuss the topics that are most important to transfer students such as:

  • Unofficial transfer credit evaluation
  • Admission requirements
  • Admission process
  • General information about Wright State and the transfer process
  • Information about services available, such as: housing, financial aid, fees, student activities, child care and more

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Undergraduate Admissions

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions serves as the gateway for students to receive information about and acceptance into the university. Awareness of educational opportunities, expanding access to higher education, and enhancing the diversity of the university community is achieved through the implementation of strategic goals. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions works cooperatively with all university departments and community partners to facilitate and provide an efficient and fair admission process. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions processes over 12,000 applications per year, sends over a quarter of a million communication pieces to prospective students per year, and provides campus tours to over 10,000 visitors per year.

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