Give to Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement

The Division of Multicultural Affairs & Community Engagement plays a unique role in expanding access and success to higher education for groups traditionally underserved by higher education. It also plays a central role in helping all members of the campus community gain the knowledge and skills necessary to be productive, successful and engaged citizens of a multicultural democracy in the 21st Century. We provide leadership in creating an environment on campus that promotes intercultural understanding, free from illegal discrimination in which all are invited to participate fully. Most importantly, we help to ensure that Wright State University graduates have the critical thinking skills and compassion necessary to navigate the ambiguity of a world marked with an unprecedented rate of change and diversity.

Your contribution to any of the funds listed below will help Wright State University achieve inclusive excellence.

Please select as many designations as you like from the list and click the Submit button at the bottom of the page to be taken to the Online Giving page to make your donation.


  • This fund assists students whose needs are not currently being met by existing financial aid programs (federal, state, local; grants, scholarships, attractive loans) and/or those students for whom loans would be overly burdensome. This fund is also meant to address unanticipated financial hurdles and/or to get students out of any financial bind which threatens their ability to continue their education at Wright State University
  • This fund supports special projects and initiatives for the Division of Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement.


  • This fund supports programs focusing on minority academic success, including the REACH program.
  • This fund is for expenses related to the Asian/Hispanic /Native American Center programs, including travel cultural decorations, and support to students for tuition assistance, book purchases, or emergency funds
  • This fund supports the Bolinga Center.
  • This fund supports the Bolinga Center speakers
  • This fund supports the expenses used to support or implement the Bolinga Student Leadership Institute
  • This fund was established to support the annual take our daughters/sons to work day.
  • This fund was established to assist nursing students. Recipients will be a female of African-American descent, maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have financial need.
  • For the mission and purpose of the Women's Leadership Collaborative of Greater Dayton
  • This fund was established to fund activities for the Women's Center.
  • This fund was established for any and all expenses related to supporting Women's center programs (student, faculty or staff).


  • This scholarship is for Nursing students of Hispanic descent. Students must have a minimum gpa of 2.75 or above and have demonstrated financial need. Award amount is $500.
  • This scholarship supports the students of Asian descent who have a minimum gpa of 3.0.
  • The Bolinga scholarship recognize and reward leadership, service, and academic performance; applicants should be African American students registering full-time
  • This scholarship is for African American continuing students who have shown leadership qualities in campus activities. Recipients must have documented financial need and have a minimum gpa at Wright State of 2.7.
  • This scholarship is awarded to a graduate or undergraduate minority student.
  • This scholarship is for students of Hispanic descent with a minimum gpa of 2.5. Preference is given to those applicants who have demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship is available to undergraduate female students; work at least part-time; have at least one dependent; demonstrate financial and/or circumstantial need; and maintaining a G.P.A. of at least 2.5.
  • This scholarship helps full-time undergraduate students of Asian, Hispanic, or Native American ancestry or from any other underrepresented group.
  • This scholarship was established to provide financial support to students who have shown leadership qualities in WSU. Recipient must be a junior or senior, have financial need and be in good academic standing with a average GPA of 2.5.
  • This scholarship was established to provide financial support to students who have demonstrated leadership potential and/or community service. Recipients must be undergraduate students, have financial need, maintain a GPA of 2.5 or better.
  • This scholarship is for students of Native American descent who have a minimum gpa of 2.5. First preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship funds the award to one or more students annually, who will work in the Research Library.
  • This scholarship provides support to students who have participated in Vision Mentoring.
  • This shcholarship helps thte current or future students who have been admitted to Wright State University.  Preference will be given to women with dependent children who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0.