The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs administers or coordinates several initiatives that target populations of students with particular needs and that encourage student leadership. Check out the information below.
The Wright State University Independent Scholars Network (ISN) is a program for admitted Wright State University students who have been impacted by foster care. This program offers a bridge to students who emancipate from foster care or disengage from the adoption process into their new home at Wright State. ISN offers a wide range of services, including help with living arrangements and employment opportunities.
The WSU Friendship Food Pantry provides emergency food and referrals to students in times of need, helping them to stay in school and meet their educational goals.
Omicron Delta Kappa
Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) is the oldest student leadership honorary in the nation. Wright State's Circle was founded in 2004 and recognizes exemplary student involvement and achievement in the areas of athletics; campus or community service; journalism, speech and the mass media; social and religious activities and campus government; and creative and performing arts.
Published continuously since 1923. The Circle highlights alumni and undergraduates achievements as well as Society initiatives.