Coronavirus Update

Classes will be held remotely for the remainder of the spring semester, and all official university events and student activities are suspended until further notice. While the Dayton and Lake campuses remain open, access to campus is restricted to personnel who have been identified as essential. Read more.


For us, diversity isn't a buzzword or a trend. It's a purpose that informs our choices and drives our work every day. At Wright State University, we are committed to creating and sustaining a welcoming campus for all by bringing together resources, cultural centers, and diversity programs to build a more inclusive community. We see our diversity as something that unites us and prepares all of our students for an ever-changing and diverse global workplace.

We are leaders at Wright State. We lead by demonstrating what an inclusive and welcoming environment looks like in our own offices and centers and educate others on how they can become more diverse and inclusive. But we are also connectors. We want to connect our faculty, staff, and students with the resources to support them in their work here at Wright State and empower them to create the diverse and inclusive environment they want to see.  


Chief Diversity Officer (interim): Lindsay Miller, J.D.

Lindsay Miller, director of equity and inclusion and Title IX coordinator at Wright State, will serve as interim chief diversity officer while the university conducts its search.

Mrs. Miller joined Wright State as the Title IX investigative and training officer in 2015, before assuming her current role. She previously served as a deputy attorney general with the Essex County, New Jersey, Division of Law from 2012 to 2015 and specialized in litigating cases of child abuse and neglect. She also clerked in the Superior Court of New Jersey handling family and juvenile cases. She received her bachelor's degree in sociology with an emphasis in criminology from Ohio University and her law degree from Western Michigan Cooley Law School.