- Eligibility: Three quarters of WSU housing,
transfer or continuing sophomore, or be
at least 21 years of age
- Two bedroom units housing four students
or two bedroom units housing two students
|*Large Two-Bedroom uses the same floor plan as a Quad, except with a reduced furniture configuration
- Furnished Bedrooms, living and dining
rooms, and kitchen with microwave.
- Cable, utilities, and phone included
- High speed Internet w/ Wireless
- Vending Machines
- Free Laundry
At A Glance
The Forest Lane Apartments provide apartment-style
accommodations for 256 students in four buildings:
Aspen, Sequoia, Palms, and Sycamore. Forest Lane
contracts are for three quarters; summer
contract extensions are available.
The majority of the apartments are two-bedroom
units that house four students. All four buildings
in Forest Lane are co-ed. All apartments are air-conditioned
and have a full kitchen. The four-person, two-bedroom
units are furnished with:
- 4 Twin Extra-Long Bed Frames with Mattress
- 4 Desks with Desk Chairs
- 4 Three Drawer Dressers
- 1 Kitchen Table and 4 Chairs
- 1 Love Seat
- 2 Arm Chairs
- 1 End Table
- 1 Living Room Lamp
The two-bedroom, two-person units are furnished
in a similar style but with furniture to accommodate
two people. Kitchens have full-size stove, oven,
microwave, dishwasher, garbage disposal, and full sized refrigerator.
Utilities, local phone service, voice mail, and
cable TV are included. The community is also equipped
with laundry facilities (up to $40 at no extra charge) and a community center including a multipurpose
area and a large-screen television room. Also,
each room is equipped with an Ethernet hook-up
for students to connect to Wright State University's
Local Access Network from their room.
Of course all of the traditional residence life programs will be offered:
- Resident Assistants (RAs) in each building- An RA is a person who's been specially selected and trained to assist you in your adjustment to college, be a support for you, help you with conflicts, provide educational opportunities and social activities, and be a resource.
- Community Council- Get involved in planning activities for you community and in residential governance.
- Floor Standards - You floor decides how you'll treat each other and hold each other accountable for the standards you set.
- Educational Workshops - You'll plan and/or attend educational workshops with your Resident Assistant.
- Social Activities - Many of these are planned so you can take some time to get to know your fellow community members in between all that studying!