FOR WSU STUDENTS
The Office of Student Support Services strives to give students the information necessary to make an informed decision when considering off-campus properties for their housing options. It is important to understand the issues involved and recognize their rights & responsibilities as tenants as well as the rights & responsibilities of off- campus property managers.
The Office of Student Support Services works closely with the Fairborn Fair Housing Office to ensure that staff and students are aware of changes in local housing codes as well as state and federal regulations. An Off-Campus & Commuter Student Handbook is available to students to guide them through the process of transitioning to off-campus managed properties. The Office offers:
- Roommate Listings (roommate needed and roommate available) for WSU students
- Off-Campus Property Postings for use by WSU students
If you are a WSU student and are seeking a roommate or are available as a roommate, CLICK HERE to complete and submit the form. Your information will be posted on our Roommate Board in the Student Union, as well as in our Roommate Listing database.
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.
Further, 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.
Notice to all students:
Wright State University is not a party to any lease transaction between students and property managers in anyway. Students are encouraged to verify property information in person and to consult with a representative of Student Legal Services prior to entering into a lease agreement.