Director: Katie Deedrick
022 Student Union
(937) 775-3749
Website: Student Support Services

Student Advocacy

A key purpose of the Office of Student Support Services is to assist students in achieving their educational goals through a high quality, enhanced university experience. Student Support Services is responsible for facilitating students ’ interactions with the university, aiding in improving the quality of campus life, increasing student satisfaction, building strong relationships between students and the university, and offering advocacy and assistance in resolving students’ concerns. Through a network of key professionals across the university, prompt response and personal attention is provided to help students resolve their concerns in a welcoming and supportive environment. Student Support Services also serves as an advocate for the parents and families of Wright State students. Visit the Student Support Services website or contact the Office of Student Support Services, 022 Student Union, (937) 775-3749, by email at Student Support Services for more information.

Alcohol & Other Drug Education and Prevention

The Health and Wellness Program in Student Support Services has been established to assist in educating the university community about the responsible use of alcohol as well as the misuse/abuse of alcohol and other drugs. Various programs are available for presentation to student clubs and organizations, as well as other university groups.

In addition, Student Support Services collaborates with the Wright State University Counseling and Wellness Services to offer an educational program for students who may be experiencing problems or concerns with alcohol and/or other substances. Students who have a concern about their alcohol or other drug use are welcome to contact the Office of Student Support Services for more information about the substance abuse education program. In addition, referrals from faculty and staff are also accepted. Students may be referred to the program through the disciplinary process.

Sexual Assault Education & Prevention

Wright State University is committed to educating and increasing awareness of students, faculty, and staff about incidence of sexual assault, prevention, and intervention. The university has established the Sexual Assault Education and Prevention program to provide educational programming, crisis intervention, advocacy, and referral services for students who have been victims of sexual assault.

Commuter Student Services

Wright State University implements several programs to serve the needs of the large number of commuter students enrolled at the university. Commuter Appreciation Day is held annually during Welcome Week to raise awareness of the needs of commuter students who comprise the majority of our student population. A commuter lounge is located in the Student Union, outside the Office of Student Support Services, for students to relax and study between classes. Additional programs for commuters include Good Morning Commuters, Good Evening Commuters, and Finals Survival. These programs are held several times each semester and provide an opportunity for commuter students to stay in touch with current campus happenings and get information about various departments and services on campus. A Commuter Student Association is active on campus. Those interested in joining should contact the Office of Student Support Services at (937) 775-3749.

Off-Campus Housing

Wright State University maintains an off-campus property list.  This list is maintained by the Office of Student Support Services for the convenience of Wright State students. The University has not inspected, reviewed or approved any of the off-campus properties and the University is not the owner or operator of any of the listed off-campus properties.

The off-campus property list is only a record of possible openings in the area and is being provided solely for student convenience.  This list does not reflect which properties are currently rented or available or the pricing or condition of any properties. 

In making this list available, Wright State University assumes no responsibility for any claims or liability arising out of or resulting from the use or renting of any of the listed space, property or residence listed, nor for the condition of the space, property or residence listed, or for the services or safety of any space, property or residence listed on the website.

Wright State University maintains a “Roommate Listing”, which includes postings for persons who are available as a roommate and persons who are looking for a roommate.  These postings are maintained by the Office of Student Support Services for the convenience of Wright State students and the University has not screened listings for roommate suitability.

The listing is only a record of possible roommates and is being provided solely for student convenience.  This list does not reflect which roommates are currently available, any future availability or suitability.

In posting these lists, Wright State University assumes no responsibility for any claims or liability arising out of or resulting from the use of any listing, nor for the acts, actions or behaviors of any person or persons listed.

Parents' Association

The Wright State University Parents’ Association supports student success by promoting communication between parents and family members of Wright State students and the university. The Parents’ Association meets throughout the academic year and co-sponsors the annual Parents’ Weekend. The organization also sponsors a scholarship for the students of association members. Visit the Parents' Association website for membership information and other resources.

Peer 2 Peer, Peer Health Education

Office of Student Support Services, 022 Student Union
Coordinator: Katie Deedrick
(937) 775-5742

The focus of this program is for the student participants (“mentors”) to promote health education such as wellness, sexual health, and alcohol and other drug awareness to various student groups and gatherings throughout campus. The participants are recruited a number of ways: through the summer orientation program; campus activities; advertisements; and by other program participants. Active members learn valuable skills such as public speaking, listening, and program development. All interested students are welcome to inquire.