Purchase Your 2014 Summer Student Parking Permit On-Line Now!
*NEW* Forgot your permit? Request a Temporary Permit option is now located on the Main Parking Account page. Check it out when you order your permit!
The fees for Commuter and Resident student parking permits are $53 per semester, A or B term $26.50. We mail your permit to you, so please allow 7-10 business day mailing time when ordering your permit. You may pay for your permit online with Visa, M/C, Discover, and Bank Check or add the fee to your Student Bursar account.
We will mail your permit to you. Please allow 7 to 10 Days for mailing.
Parking permits should be displayed in your vehicle the first day of class. All lots are monitored starting the first week of classes.
We will issue a warning ticket if your permit is not displayed and you are parked in a student space during the first week of the semester. Please display your Temporary permit on your dashboard.
Parking permits are available online only.
You may still complete these following transactions at our office using a credit/debit card, check, or your Wright1 card:
- Purchase Temporary permits
- Resident student permit upgrade
- Permit replacement
For more information, please contact the Office of Parking & Transportation at 775-5690 or email email@example.com.
Students attending Lake Campus should refer to the Lake Campus web site for parking information. http://www.wright.edu/lake/about/costs.html
2014 Classified Staff Advisory Council (CSAC) Nominations
CSAC is comprised of WSU full-time and part-time, permanent, classified and seansonal personnel. The purpose of CSAC is to represent its constituencies by promoting their general welfare; review, initiate, and make recommendations on communications among members; and provide opportunities for professional growth.
A full, current list of classified staff members can be found here: http://www.wright.edu/aboutwsu/orgs/csac/CSAC_ElectionNominees2014.html
To be eligible, CSAC nominees must have a minimum of two years employment at Wright State University. Each elected member serves a two-year term. There are many opportunities for you to become involved and help all classified staff members succeed. You can obtain more information on your Council at: www.wright.edu/aboutwsu/orgs/csac. Or specifically on the bylaws at: http://www.wright.edu/aboutwsu/orgs/csac/charter.html#bylaws.
Please nominate a colleague and/or yourself and contribute to the future success of Wright State University and its classified employees.
Veterans Smart Money Choices Workshop
Friday, May 9, 2014
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Joshi Research Center Room 144
The Veteran & Military Center and the Ohio State Treasurer's Office have partnered to provide a workshop to cover basic money management.
The workshop will cover:
- Local Benefits for Veterans
- Financial Assistance for Veterans
- Credit & Debt Management
- Identity Theft & Fraud Prevention
- Retirement & Estate Planning
- Social Security
All WSU student are welcome!!
Contact Seth Gordon at ext. 5553 with any questions.
Attention Students Receiving Veterans Education Benefits:
- General Position Description: VA Work Study Student Employees are hired to assist directly with the service of students requesting and/or receiving GI Bill education benefits. They perform a variety of duties such as filing, answering phone and e-mail inquires, front-desk customer service, in-processing appointments with veterans, military-connected students, and military dependents/spouses, and assisting the VA Assistant Director/Certifying Official and other staff members to ensure the correct and timely processing of paperwork and information to fulfill VA reporting requirements.
- Minimum Job Requirements: Applicants must:
- currently receive GI Bill benefits under Post 9/11, Post 9/11 Transfer of Entitlement, Vocational Rehabilitation or Chapters 30, 1606, 1607, 35;
- meet minimum standards of progress academically (2.0 GPA or higher); and
- be enrolled in a minimum of 9 undergraduate credits or 5 graduate credits in current and future terms, including summer term 2014.
- Preferred Qualifications: Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and keep up with federal legislation changes, strong customer service background, ability to effectively communicate federal and school policy via phone, e-mail or in-person, proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word, ability to deliver high quality service to a diverse student population, possess a strong commitment to provide top-quality customer service to students. Successfully passed college level English and math and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Ability to work breaks between terms and summer term.
- Position Details: Work student students are paid at the current minimum wage rate of $7.85 per hour. This position is considered an extension of your GI Bill benefits and is not taxable income. Typical work hours are Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00 and hours range from 5-20 per week. Limited number of interview slots to be completed by My.
- How to Apply: Please submit a one-page cover letter and resume to the WSU Veteran & Military Center via e-mail, fax, or in-person by Friday, May 2.
Wright State University
Veteran & Military Center
131 Allyn Hall
Phone: (937) 775-5550
Fax: (937) 775-3595
2014 Parents & Family Weekend
A great time was had by all! So, what did you miss? Check the link and see for yourself...