Congressman Mike Turner got an up-close look at Wright State University’s National Center for Medical Readiness (NCMR) at Calamityville, a 52-acre austere training environment...
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As Wright State’s fall semester draws to a close, only one thing separates students from their holiday break: the dreaded finals week. For many, the next few days will be spent frantically studying and memorizing notes for upcoming exams.
Wright State graduates will celebrate their accomplishments, and those of a university that prides itself on extending the ladder of educational opportunity, during the 2013 Fall Commencement on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Nutter Center.
Morgan Ruppert had devoted a few minutes to unsuccessfully attempting to inflate a round blue pool float when she realized a small hole in the ring had been negating her efforts.
Festive, colorfully wrapped barrels are popping up around the Dayton campus as part of the annual Christmas for Kids toy drive.
Wright State University President David R. Hopkins and his wife, Angelia, are chairing the 35th Annual United Rehabilitation Services (URS) Telethon...
Wright State hosted Giving Tuesday and kicked off the Fund4WrightState campaign to raise enough money to fund full tuition for four students.
Excerpt Thanks to Wright State University’s LEAP program, students from throughout the world are sharing their cultures — and their cuisine — with others in the Miami Valley. LEAP stands for Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes. One of …
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Wright State provides comprehensive styles of housing for different types of students.
We understand the value of your families and partners. We also feel what it’s like to be an adult student. So we offer a special place for all of you to live (it’s called the Village).
Apartment-style housing units are popular among transfer students as well as military students wishing to have their own room (but not sacrificing the social aspect of living on campus).
Living On Campus
At Wright State, living on campus is all about options.
Freshmen can choose from our Residence Halls: Hamilton Hall, The Woods, and the Honors Community. No matter where you choose to live, your room will have features like a microwave, refrigerator, air conditioning, cable TV, wireless and high-speed network connections, and laundry facilities.
Transfer and Adult students can choose from our featured apartment communities: Forest Lane, College Park, University Park, and The Village. Plus you can always choose from the residence halls if you are looking for the traditional housing experience.
Ready to live on campus? Apply for housing once you have been admitted.
Still need to learn more?
Check out videos featuring our residence halls. Or plan to check out our housing options by scheduling a campus tour (will need a link).
Transfer and adult students: If you want to see the apartment communities, please call us at 1-800-247-1770 or (937) 775-5700 to schedule your appointment so we line up an apartment for you to see.
Living Off Campus
The Office of Student Support Services can help you make an informed decision when looking to live off-campus.
They also have postings of people who are looking for a roommate!
To learn more contact Student Support Services at (937) 775-3749 or visit the Student Support Services website.
Being a Wright State student is about more than just academics. Whether you want to increase your academic connection to the university, meet people with similar interests, contribute to Wright State student life, stay fit, plan events, perform community service, or continue to play your favorite sports, Wright State has something to offer! Make the most of your Wright State experience and get involved!
Get involved and get fit at Wright State! Our Campus Recreation offers a state-of-the art fitness center, billiard and table tennis tables, racquetball courts, free fitness classes (yoga, aerobics, spinning, zumba, and pilates), rock-climbing wall, indoor swimming pool and much more!
Compete and try out for a club sport such as football, bowling, ice hockey, ultimate frisbee, and rugby just to name a few. Or join an intramural sports team where everyone gets to play. We have so many to choose from whether you’re looking to play volleyball, basketball, softball, soccer, or start your own intramural sport team.
For those that want to experience the great outdoors our Outdoor Resource Center offers hiking trips, kayak lessons, and rentals for outdoor gear. We also have adapted recreation programs in aquatics, outdoor recreation, intramurals, and fitness programs.
Plus, students can also use the facilities at the Ervin J. Nutter Center which includes an indoor track, weight room and basketball courts. You are sure to find a variety of opportunities and new experiences for yourself.
For more information and a complete list of intramural sports and sports clubs, check out Campus Recreation.
Wright State is a proud member of the NCAA Division I Horizon League.
Wright State competes in :
- Men's-Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, and Tennis
- Women's—Basketball, Cross Country, Softball,Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Track, and Volleyball
Show Your Raider Pride
All WSU Students receive two free tickets to every home Raider sporting event. You can also join the Raider Pack student--cheer on WSU and get great prizes. Go Raiders!
Want to be a Raider Athlete?
Learn about athletics, sports, coaches, and more at Wright State by visiting the WSU Raider Athletics site.
Student Clubs and Organizations come in all shapes and sizes! They range from academic and cultural organizations, to sports and recreational clubs, and from service organizations to honors organizations to social organizations. Leadership opportunities are available in every club and organization—you have a voice! Here's a chance to make change and be a leader among your peers.
If you can't find a club or organization to suit your style, you can start your own. Some of our most popular clubs and organizations have been started by our new students.
For a complete list of registered student organizations, check out the Student Activities website.