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Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign (CSIC)

Wright state university flight crew, join the crew by making your donation today

Join the Crew By Making your Donation Today

Be part of the more than 685 Flight Crew members.

Soaring into its fifth year.  The Flight Crew is composed of like-minded faculty, staff, and retirees who support the mission of Wright State University and its commitment to student success.  By joining the Flight Crew, you are making a meaningful impact in our student’s educational experience while also investing in the areas of campus that mean the most to you.

The key mission of Wright State University has been—and will continue to be—providing an educational experience for our students that drives the economic engine of our region and state.  Through your participation in the Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign (CSIC), you are not only supporting our mission, but making a powerful statement of support to our more than 11,000 Wright State University students.

How do you join the Crew?  When you make your donation* to CSIC this spring, or at any other time throughout the 2022 calendar year, you automatically become a member! It’s that simple.

*Applies to contributions of $5 or more.
 

WHAT CAN YOU SUPPORT? 

Why become a member of the flight crew

Total Progress – CSIC 2022

36%

Unit participation – CSIC 2022

Unit Participation
Advancement Division 100%
Vice Provost for Research & Innovation 100%
School of Professional Psychology 64%
Graduate School 63%
Raj Soin College of Business 60%
University Libraries  55%
Executive Offices 54%
Division of Student Success 53%
Enrollment Management & Marketing 53%
Student Affairs 52%
School of Nursing, Kinesiology & Health Services 48%
Business and Finance 47%
College of Engineering and Computer Science 32%
College of Liberal Arts 32%
School of Education & Leadership 29%
College of Science and Mathematics 27%
Computing and Telecommunication Services 26%
Facilities Management & Campus Operations 26%
Lake Campus 25%
School of Social Work & Human Services 18%
Athletics 16%
Boonshoft School of Medicine 16%
Academic Affairs 9%

See the impact

Student

Ben

“Scholarships have really been a saving grace,” says Wright State student Ben Osborn. “They can make or break a semester.”

Student

Jacob

“Paying for college is a big stretch for my family, especially with my siblings all going to college soon,” says Jacob Iller.
Student

Harshini

Harshini Mallipeddi, a graduate student studying pharmacology and toxicology, is a proud recipient of the Raj Malhotra Education Fund.

Faculty and Staff Involvement

Christopher Hogan

Christopher Hogan – Student Affairs

I support Wright State University because I am an alumnus and a current employee. It is important to support students because they are our future. As an employee, I am fortunate to witness the impact scholarships have on students. It allows them to focus more on learning and focus less on the financial burden of paying for school.

Dr. Wakiuru Wamwara

Dr. Wakiuru Wamwara – Raj Soin College of Business

I give to Wright State University because I believe in the transformative power of education. I am a first generation, college graduate like many of our students. Without scholarships and the generosity of many, I would not have completed my undergraduate degree. Therefore, I support our students because they are the future, so please join me in supporting our students – no amount is too little! 

Becca Webb

Becca Webb – College of Liberal Arts

I support Wright State University because I care about my university community and want to help it thrive. My donation not only goes toward helping students get the most out of their college journey, but it also supports my fellow employees and their departments in providing the best services and experiences for our students! #Raider4Life!

2021 Donor Highlights

Faculty & staff participation, 35% in total, 45 staff donors, 38% faculty donors, 17% retiree donors

2021 CSIC By The Numbers

Where the money went, 49% scholarships, 44% programs, 6% athletics, 1% research