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Give to Student Affairs

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The Division of Student Affairs provides important services and educational programs that are vital to students' achievement of their academic goals.  At Wright State, our students come first!

Your gift to any of the following scholarships or programs will directly support Wright State students and will provide them with the tuition assistance and campus resources that enable them to receive a quality education both inside the classroom and through their extra-curricular activities.

Scholarships

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.

Scholarships

  • This scholarship is for students who are legally blind or visually impaired.
  • This scholarship is for Wright State students who have overcome adversity, with first preference going to those who are residential students. Recipients must have a minimum gpa of 2.0.
  • This scholarship supports full-time or part-time continuing students with physical or sensory disabilities, who have participated in Adapted Recreation Programs, and have maintained a minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • This scholarship is for current members of Beta Phi Omega who have been members for at least one year.
  • This fund was established for disability related expenses such as equipment, attendant care, housing and independent living.
  • Tis scholarship supports the commuter students at Wright State University.
  • This scholarship supports Student Union employees who are in good academic standing. Preference will be given to nursing majors.
  • This scholarship is for any legally blind Wright State undergraduate student who is in need of financial aid and has a minimum gpa of 2.5 or above.
  • Wright State University's First Year Student Scholarship Program is merit-based and designed to recognize academically outstanding and creatively talented students.†
  • This award is for students registered with the Office of Disability Services.The recipient will show overall growth as a WSU student.
  • This scholarship helps the continuing students, who are in good academic standing who have registered with the Office of Disability Services or are a veteran of the armed forces; have demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship is for visually impaired graduate or undergraduate students. Successful applicants must have documented financial need, be an Ohio resident and show substantial progress toward obtaining a degree. Recipients can be either full or part-time
  • This scholarship is available to¬†Independent Scholars Networkstudents in good standing; documented financial need; attained, at minimum, sophomore status; minimum GPA of 2.75
  • This scholarship funds to financially assist Wright State University students who participate in Hillel Campus activities
  • This scholarship is for students with learning disabilities.
  • This scholarship is for quadriplegic and paraplegic undergraduate students registered with the Office of Disability Services
  • This award provides scholarships to Student Union/Campus Recreation student employees, with a minimum gpa of 3.0 and a commendable job performance.
  • This fund was established for handicapped students for tuition, books, academic supplies, housing or disability related needs.
  • This fund was established to award scholarships to students who perform at the annual Madrigal dinner.
  • This endowment scholarship is available to students that have achieved sophomore status with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0; Individual must have contributed to Student Union volunteer programs and services while working as a student employee.
  • This scholarship is available to all students who have parents, stepparents, or legal guardians who are current WSU Parent Association members
  • This fund is to provide financial assistance to first year students with disabilities served by the Office of Disability Services. The fund is intended to provide both tuition assistance and assistance with other costs associated with attending Wright State University, including but not limited to room and board, books, transportation and personal expenses.
  • This scholarship is for students who live on campus that contribute to the residential community.
  • This scholarship is for students who live on campus that contribute to the residential community.
  • This scholarship is for students who are registered with the Office of Disability Services, and have demonstrated financial need.
  • This scholarship supports the students who are registered with the Office of Disability Services
  • This scholarship is for first-year students who are employees of the Student Union/Campus Recreation.
  • This scholarship supports students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and NOT current or past members of Wright State University Student Government; this scholarship requires¬†two recommendations¬†from Wright State faculty or staff
  • This scholarship supports the undergraduate students with at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
  • This scholarship was established to provide financial encouragement to Student Union/Campus Rec Office student employees. Recipients must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and a commendable record of job performance.
  • This fund was established to provide financial encouragement to Student Union/Campus Rec Office student employees. Recipients must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and a commendable record of job performance.
  • This fund was established for academic achievement scholarships for fraternity and sorority members.
  • This fund supports scholarship opportunities to students who are employees of the Wright State University Police Department
  • This Scholarship is for continuing students who have attained sophomore status and who show commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Programs

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.

Programs

  • Adapted athletics equipment fund provides support for equipments for Adapted Athletic Program -handicapped students.
  • This fund provides financial assistance for special needs for adapted intramurals and recreation.
  • This fund supports the adapted sport club activities.
  • The adaptive technology fund was created by the Greater Dayton Jaycees for creation and maintenance of the Garden of the Senses.
  • This fund supports the WSU Men's and Women's Bowling Club.
  • This fund was established to support intramural and recreational sports programs.
  • This fund supports the operational expenses of the Office of Career Services
  • This fund supports for the WSU Club Cheerleading sport club.
  • This fund is used to solicit funds for various Counseling and Wellness Services functions and/or programs. Monies will be used to support programs, purchase supplies/technology, and professional development initiatives.
  • This fund provides the operating support for the Wright State University Club Hockey Team
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need for the
  • This fund is used for the design and construction the Dog Park for service animals of Wright State University students
  • This fund supports ongoing operating expenses, equipment, and improvements to the Dog Park
  • To support students with disabilities in the areas of: personal assistants, international education experiences, needs of special populations (i.e., deaf, blind, autisitc, mobility-challenged, etc.), faculty training for working with disabled populations and other services deemed necessary.
  • This fund supports Earth Day philosophies
  • This fund was established for handicapped students for tuition, books, academic supplies, housing or disability related needs.
  • This fund was established to provide discretionary funds in support of the Athletic Council mission.
  • This fund supports the WSU Men and Women's Football Sport Club
  • This fund was established to fund GLBTQA student programs and scholarships.
  • This fund was established to aid the blind of Greene County, Ohio.
  • This fund was established to support funding for Hillel student educational programs.
  • This fund was established to provide necessities for the K-9 unit, funds will be used to purchase food and items related to daily care of the dog.
  • This fund was established to provide budgetary support for Madrigal dinner events.
  • This fund supports the equipment for and improvement of the multipurpose Athletic/Recreation Fields.
  • This fund was established to provide support for outdoor recreation.
  • To support expenses of the Phi Sigma Phi Fraternity
  • This fund was established to help disabled persons learn how to job search.
  • This fund was established to support Project Linus on campus.
  • This fund supports programming and operations for Residence Services
  • This fund was established for operations of the rugby clubs such as supplies, travel, communication and outreach, maintenance and repair, approval need from associate director of campus recreation, associate director for business or student organization account clerk.
  • This fund was established to be used for operating expenses for Sports Clubs.
  • Supports the area of greatest need within the Student Affairs and Higher Education Program
  • This fund was established for general program support for departments within Student Affairs.
  • This fund was established to support the activities for WSU Student Government.
  • This fund was established to fund leadership programs and student leader scholarships.
  • This fund was established to be utilized for Student Union programs, services and facilities.
  • The fund supports the Office of Disability Services
  • This fund supports the area of greatest need within the Office of Disability Services
  • This fund supports the Institute of Defense Studies, including scholarships awarded by the Institute
  • This fund was established to support funding for the WSU ice hockey club.
  • It was combined with the WWSU Radio Station Operating Fund.
  • This fund was established to be used for general operating expenses of the radio station and any future equipment needed by WWSU and to add to their power increase fund to be used at the discretion of the Director of Student Development.