University Resources

Check out the following campus resources that may need both before and after your Orientation session:

Career Center

The Career Center is committed to helping students and alumni develop career and life planning skills, acquire experience, master job search strategies, and seek rewarding employment.

Counseling & Wellness Services

CWS offers a wide range of therapeutic services including group, individual, couples, and family therapy to registered Wright State University Students. 

Computing and Telecommunications Services

The Computing and Telecommunications Services website provides information and support on campus technology, including internet access, computer labs, telephones, information technology security, cable television, and more.


RaiderConnect is students' primary point of contact for enrollment services previously delivered through the Offices of the Registrar, Bursar/Student Accounts, and Financial Aid.

Office of Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services offers services, programs, and activities that allow students with disabilities to participate in all facets of university life.

Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct

As part of its educational mission, Wright State University has established the Code of Student Conduct and student judicial system. The Code and related system serve to educate students as to their civic and social responsibilities as members of our campus community.

Parking and Transportation Services

Visit Parking Services to order a parking permit, manage your parking account, and appeal/pay citations.

Residence Services

The Office of Residence Services offers quality student-centered programs, services, and facilities.

Student Activities

The Office of Student Activities provides student organization services, campus programs, fraternity and sorority advisement, and leadership development programs that support students' holistic development.

Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs advocates for students' needs, facilitates student involvement, and encourages students to accept responsibilities of membership in a campus community. This division handles student-centered concerns.