Welcome to Raider Country
On behalf of the Division of Student Affairs, we are pleased your family has joined our Wright State community. College can be an exciting, and sometimes challenging, time for your student as he or she transitions from home to the university and beyond. Your continued encouragement and support are important to your student’s success.
To assist you, we have compiled a variety of resources to help answer questions and to connect you with services to enhance your student's Wright State experience.
Health & Safety
Raider Cares: 24-Hour Crisis Line
Raider Cares line is a 24-hour crisis phone service sponsored by Counseling and Wellness Services. It is staffed by off-site mental health professionals who provide emotional support, assistance, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention to current Wright State University students experiencing emotional distress.
Call Raider Cares at 855-224-2887
Health and Wellness
Privacy and Release of Student Educational Records
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)
Schools and Colleges
Location:100 Rike HallContact:Phone:(937) 668-8098Fax:(937) 775-3545Email:General: email@example.com
Location:415 Allyn HallContact:Phone:(937) 775-2821Fax:(937) 775-4855Email:
Location:405 Russ Engineering CenterContact:Phone:(937) 775-5001Fax:(937) 775-5009Email:
Location:243 Millett HallContact:Phone:(937) 775-2660Fax:(937) 775-3633Email:
Location:7600 Lake Campus DriveCelina, OH 45822Contact:Phone:(419) 586-0300Toll-free:1-800-237-1477
Location:163 Millett HallContact:
Location:190 White HallContact:Phone:(937) 775-2934
Location:160 University HallContact:Phone:(937) 775-3132Fax:(937) 775-4571
Location:117 Health SciencesContact:Phone:(937) 775-3490Fax:(937) 775-3434
Location:106 Oelman HallContact:Phone:(937) 775-3180Fax:(937) 775-4678Email:
Location:105J White HallContact:Phone:(937) 775-4496Email:
Residence Life and Housing
Making Connections & Getting Involved
Ideas for Students
Ideas for Parents and Families
RaiderConnect (Bursar, Registrar, Financial Aid)—students' primary point of contact for enrollment services.
Articles and Books