Campus Life

photo of a graduate studentGraduate students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of graduate student organizations, student governance, intramural sports, and professional development activities. 

In particular, the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) is the multidisciplinary graduate student organization on campus dedicated to promoting and supporting research and professional development for graduate students at Wright State.

In addition, Wright State boasts 15 NCAA Division I men's and women's athletic teams with students receiving free admission to each event.

Graduate School Student Services

The Graduate School is a customer-oriented center for all persons interested in graduate study at Wright State University, as well as for current graduate students.  As you continue your academic career with us, we hope the links provided on this page will lead you to information that will assist you.

In addition, we hope that you will continue to keep close contact with your academic advisor, program director and the Graduate School in order to ensure that your educational journey goes smoothly.


If you really want to know what’s going on at Wright State, you have to live here!

By living on campus at Wright State you become a part of the Raider community and get to know other students from all walks of life.

At Wright State, living on campus is all about options.

Adult students can choose from our featured apartment communities: College Park and The Village.

Ready to live on campus? Apply for housing once you have been admitted. 

Campus Life News

Jun 13, 2018
Through the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Certificate Program, Boonshoft School of Medicine students learn about national security, resiliency and preparedness.
Jun 12, 2018
Wright State University adds $1.5 billion annually to the region’s economy and supports more than 20,000 jobs through its spending on operations and research and through spending by students, visitors and alumni, according to a new economic impact study.
Jun 12, 2018
An economic impact study conducted for the Inter-University Council of Ohio found that the state’s public universities, their students and their statewide alumni added $42 billion in income to Ohio's economy in 2016-17.
Jun 11, 2018
Frances Marie "Frankie,” Spence, 66, of Bellbrook, passed away Monday, May 28th, 2018. She was born March 3, 1952 to Helen (Pero) and John Kalafus. Frankie recently retired after 20 years of employment with the Wright State University Foundation.
Jun 11, 2018
Schreibman of New Vienna, formerly of Dayton, Fort Recovery and Yellow Springs, passed away Thursday, May 24, 2018 at his residence, after a long battle with cancer.
Jun 11, 2018
JoAnn Topmiller, 88, College of Science & Mathematics, passed away on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. She was born on April 4, 1930 in Hamilton, the daughter of the late Arthur Schwab and Mildred Louise (Buell) Ranke. JoAnn graduated from Hamilton High School.
Jun 11, 2018
Shirley Marie Monnin, 83, Kettering, passed away May 4, 2018. Shirley retired from Wright State University in 1995 after 26 years of service, mostly in International Studies.  She also served as President of the Wright State University Retirees Association in 1998-1999.
Jun 11, 2018
Amanda Harris, a communication studies student who interns in the New Media Incubator, helped beginning French students work on their language skills by producing storytelling videos.
Jun 8, 2018
Wright State will post a $7.2 million budget surplus this year and has crafted a fiscal 2019 budget with a $3 million surplus that earmarks funds for strategic investments to bolster tuition revenue and build the university’s future.
Jun 7, 2018
Adrienne Traxler, assistant professor of physics, examined systemic bias against women in physics and how what physicists can do to improve things.