Inclusive Excellence Series
Wright State University is committed to creating and sustaining a welcoming campus for all by bringing resources, cultural center, and diversity programs to build a more inclusive community.
Inclusive Excellence Library
Supporting First Generation Students
First-generation college students face many challenges throughout their educational journey and we discuss topics such as overcoming enrollment barriers, creating campus connections, and utilizing student success services.
Navigating a Predominantly White Institution
A student panel addresses how students of color can navigate Wright State University including how to find your fit in student organizations and accessing campus resources.
Being LGBTQA at Wright State
Office of LGBTQA Affairs hosts a panel of LGBTQA students who will share their experiences at WSU.
College Transition for Students with Disabilities
A panel from our Office of Disability Services provides an overview of the accommodations and resources they offer as well as what they do to support students with disabilities in a successful college transition.
Diversity in STEM
Hear from Wright State faculty, staff and students on why representation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields matters.
Diversifying the K 12 Workforce
Wright State’s Teacher Education Department faculty and current students discuss the importance of diverse teachers in our K-12 school systems and share their experiences.
Wright State Community Videos
AAPI Heritage Month 2021: Am I Enough? Being Multi-Racial in the AAPI Community Student Discussion
The number of multi-racial Asian Americans is growing and how the way they define themselves and talk about identity are also changing. Join WSU students as they share their experiences and stories about being multi-racial in the AAPI community.
Magazine ranks Wright State No. 3 in the nation for its wheelchair-friendly features
Wright State University is ranked No. 3 in the nation for its wheelchair-friendly features and accessibility, according to New Mobility magazine and the United Spinal Association.
Black voices light up the night
The Black Student Union hosted a Black Voices Matter Rally followed by a candlelight vigil. The rally featured speakers, poets, musical performances, special guests and information about racial injustice and voting in 2020 presidental election.