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First Weekend

First Weekend Schedules

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Information and Logistics

Start your college career on the right foot by attending these memorable and informative sessions essential to your college success. Before First Friday, August 19, all students should download the CORQ app. CORQ is powered by Engage, Wright State's student engagement platform, and is where you can find your comprehensive First Weekend schedule.

Attendance

All incoming students should attend First Weekend, especially First Friday, August 19. First Weekend is a crucial component in your transition to Wright State, and it is full of useful activities, events, and information sessions to help you acclimate to campus. Please plan work and other activities to not conflict with your ability to attend First Weekend.

    COVID-19 Updates

    Incoming students should plan to participate in all First Weekend events according to their specific schedule. As federal, state, and university guidelines are updated, we will adjust the First Weekend program. Programming updates will be made on this page and on Engage.

    Vaccination remains our most effective and essential tool to fight the spread of COVID-19. We encourage all members of the Wright State community to get vaccinated. Vaccines are available through Wright State Physicians. Please call 937-245-7200 if you need to make an appointment.

    All residential students are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result completed no sooner than 48 hours prior to checking in. Visit wright.edu/coronavirus/residential-living for information on testing and submission requirements.

    Before attending First Weekend programming, we ask that you perform a daily health assessment. Please stay home if: 

    • You have a temperature over 100.4° F
    • You have cold or flu symptoms
    • You have other COVID-19 symptoms as defined by the CDC
    • Anyone in your household has COVID-19

    Registration and Check-In

    Some students must register for First Weekend since they are not required to have meal plans. A good rule of thumb—new-to-Wright State students who are not living in a residence hall should register for First Weekend, regardless if they plan to purchase any meals.

    Residential students living in The Woods, Honors Community, or Hamilton Hall do not need to register for First Weekend. You will receive materials when you move in.

    Upon your arrival to campus, check-in will be located at the Turning Points (a.k.a. BART) sculpture near University Hall. If available, we recommend parking in lots 6710, or 4 near the Community Center. Reminder: All students parking on campus must register a vehicle license plate with the Department of Public Safety (DPS). Once checked in, you will receive any meal tickets you purchased, your official First Weekend T-shirt, and your nametag. Please download the CORQ app for an interactive schedule throughout the weekend.

    Students who do not register may experience a delay during check-in.

    New students living in an on-campus apartment can pick up their meal tickets during commuter check-in on Friday, August 19, or at Student Involvement and Leadership (019 Student Union) from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. on August 18–20.


    Resident Student Schedule

    Wednesday, August 17

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, passport) handy.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity

    9 a.m.–3 p.m., by appointment

    Operation Move-In
    If you are living on campus, schedule your move-in appointment as early as possible so you can participate in the educational and social programs of First Weekend. Learn more about Operation Move-In. All residential students are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result completed no sooner than 48 hours prior to checking in. Visit wright.edu/coronavirus/residential-living for information on testing and submission requirements.
    Residence halls and various campus locations
    11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Inclusive Excellence Parents and Families Coffee
    You matter at Wright State! Parents and families of our underrepresented students are invited to meet members of the university leadership team for coffee and light refreshments during move-in days.
    Multicultural Lounge (162 MH)
    5–6 p.m. Dinner
    Enjoy dinner included in your meal plan. Make sure to bring your Wright1 Card.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6 p.m.

    Residence Life and Housing Welcome Night
    Hang out and meet your residence hall staff with volleyball, basketball, yard games, card and board games, and more!

    The Woods residential community

    Thursday, August 18

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity

    9 a.m.–3 p.m., by appointment

    Operation Move-In
    If you are living on campus, schedule your move-in appointment as early as possible so you can participate in the educational and social programs of First Weekend. Learn more about Operation Move-In. All residential students are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result completed no sooner than 48 hours prior to checking in. Visit wright.edu/coronavirus/residential-living for information on testing and submission requirements.
    Residence halls and various campus locations
    11 a.m.–3 p.m.

    Games on North Lawn
    Already moved in? Hang out with your new peers on the North Lawn, adjacent to the Student Union and Hamilton Hall.

    North Lawn
    11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Inclusive Excellence Parents and Families Coffee
    You matter at Wright State! Parents and families of our underrepresented students are invited to meet members of the university leadership team for coffee and light refreshments during move-in days.
    Multicultural Lounge (162 MH)
    Noon–1:30 p.m.

    Lunch
    Enjoy lunch included with your meal plan. Make sure to bring your Wright1 Card.

    Union Market (111 SU)
    4:30–5 p.m.

    Resident Assistant (RA) Meetings
    Meet your RA at your floor lounge.

    Residence halls–floor lounges
    5–6 p.m. Dinner
    Enjoy dinner included in your meal plan. Make sure to bring your Wright1 Card.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6–9 p.m. Take Off!
    You're moved in; now it's time for the fun! Kick off your Wright State experience with fun activities and meet your fellow Raiders.
    North Lawn
    9 p.m.–midnight Party in the Woods
    Bust a move and jam with the fraternities and sororities on The Woods basketball court. Get to know some upperclassmen before the big day tomorrow—First Friday!
    The Woods basketball court

    Friday, August 19—First Friday

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    • RaiderConnect, 130 Student Union, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Ask questions about your registration, tuition and fees due dates, and payment planning.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    9 a.m.

    Meet with Resident Assistant
    Meet with your RA before heading over for the First Weekend Opening Session.

    Residence halls–floor lounges
    10 a.m. Kickoff Address and Opening Session
    It's officially First Weekend! Hear from various campus leaders, including President Sue Edwards. Wear your official First Weekend shirt you received during move-in for the group photo.
    Outdoor Amphitheater
    10:30 a.m. First Weekend Group Meetings
    Meet and hear from your First Weekend leader on what you can expect as our newest Raiders. We will cover important topics about your first semester, introduce you to Wright State traditions and expectations, and allow you to meet some of your peers.
    North Lawn
    11:10–noon Common Knowledge: The Queen of Basketball
    College is a time for you to realize your potential and forge your path. During Common Knowledge, we will watch and discuss the film The Queen of Basketball.
    Check the CORQ app for your assigned location.
    12:15–1:30 p.m.

    Cookout with President Sue
    Get your grub on and meet President Sue and various other campus faces. Don't be afraid to say, "Hi!"

    The Quad

    1:30–3:50 p.m., concurrent sessions

    Sessions for Success
    Get acclimated with student services and activities. Attend various panels, seminars, and forums through this conference-style event.
    Various campus locations
    Session One
    1:30–2 p.m.

    Residential Session
    We're happy you're living with us! Learn how to maximize resources, support, and residence life. Take advantage of your experiences on campus.

    Student Union Apollo Room (160 SU)
    Session Two
    2:10–2:35 p.m.

    Three Secrets: Making the Most of College and the Rest of Your Life
    Does the idea of being in college make you feel anxious? Are you suffering from Imposter Syndrome? Let me help. I will reveal three secrets to making the most of college and the rest of your life. In this session, you will learn the secret of time, identify your greatest enemy (hint: it’s inside of you!), and help you discover the one thing that can save you. 

    Presenter:
    David Bringhurst, Director, Academic Support  

    Student Success Center 009

    Top 10 Tips for Academic Success
    Tips to start the Right Way! Strategy for successful onboarding and supportive resources.

    Presenter:
    Michelle Dixon, Student Success Coach, Student Retention Team

    Student Success Center 005

    How NOT to Screw Up Your Freshman Year
    One mistake can ruin it all! Come see Student Legal Services and Community Standards and Student Conduct and learn how to protect yourself on and off campus against the pitfalls that often happen to first-year college students. 

    Presenters:
    Stephanie M. Allen, Attorney at Law, Student Legal Services
    Christopher Hogan, Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct

    Student Success Center 207

    The Quickie: Essentials of Sex Ed for Students
    Join Emily Yantis-Houser, LGBTQA Center assistant director and sex educator, for a quick and dirty question and answer session! Bring your most exciting and brain-stimulating questions for Emily as she helps you prepare for navigating sexual experiences as a first-year college student and beyond. Safe sex kits are provided.

    Presenter:
    Emily Yantis-Houser, Assistant Director, LGBTQA Center

    Student Success Center 007
    It's All Greek to Me!

    What does it mean to be a fraternity or sorority member at Wright State University? Interested in joining but don’t know how? Have any questions? This is a perfect opportunity to learn more. 

    Presenters:
    Members of College Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council.

    Student Success Center 014
    Let’s Talk About Money!
    Wondering about how many loans you really need? Or what goes into a good credit score? Why do you need a budget anyway? Join us in this session and start your Raider journey on the right foot.

    Presenter:
    Randi Salyer, Wright-Patt Credit Union
    Medical Sciences 129

    Army ROTC Opportunities
    Interested in leadership and scholarships? Check out this presentation by Army ROTC. Army ROTC is a college elective that teaches leadership and is also a path to a commission with scholarship opportunities.

    Presenter:
    Edward Wittig, GS: Enrollment, Scholarship, Recruiting Operations Officer 

    Medical Sciences 125
    Have Fun, but Stay Safe
    Wright State may seem like a big place to some and small to others. 

    Presenter:
    Jacob Cooper, Police Officer, Unit 21; WSUPD
    Medical Sciences 127
    Session Three
    2:45–3:15 p.m.

    Get to Know the CaTS Help Desk: Technology Services and Support
    Learn about technology services and support available to new Wright State students. This session will cover how to save money on necessary software, security tips to keep you safe online, and how you can take advantage of the services offered by CaTS during your time here at Wright State.
     
    Presenter:
    Catherine Wheeler, Service Desk Coordinator, CaTS 

    Student Success Center 014

    Top 10 Tips for Academic Success
    Tips to start the Right Way! Strategy for successful onboarding and supportive resources.

    Presenter:
    Michelle Dixon, Student Success Coach, Student Retention Team

    Student Success Center 005

    Get Rec'd!
    Fitness, hiking, sports…and much more! Come get ACTIVE with Campus Rec.

    Presenters:
    Billy Willis, Campus Recreation Program Director
    Erin Sherrets, Outdoor Recreation Program Manager

    Student Success Center 009

    How NOT to Screw Up Your Freshman Year
    One mistake can ruin it all! Come see Student Legal Services and Community Standards and Student Conduct and learn how to protect yourself on and off campus against the pitfalls that often happen to first-year college students. 

    Presenters:
    Stephanie M. Allen, Attorney at Law, Student Legal Services
    Christopher Hogan, Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct

    Student Success Center 207
    Creating Your Path to Involvement

    Your journey to student engagement begins today! What are your talents, passions, and interests? What new experiences do you hope to have or accomplish? What does your out-of-class experience look like? Learn how to create a customized path of engagement and leadership and discover tools that will enhance your journey.   

    Presenter:
    Courtney Laukitis, Student Organizations Program Manager

    Medical Sciences 120

    The Quickie: Essentials of Sex Ed for Students
    Join Emily Yantis-Houser, LGBTQA Center assistant director and sex educator, for a quick and dirty question and answer session. Bring your most exciting and brain-stimulating questions for Emily as she helps you prepare for navigating sexual experiences as a first-year college student and beyond. Safe sex kits provided.

    Presenter:
    Emily Yantis-Houser, Assistant Director, LGBTQA Center

    Student Success Center 007
    Let’s Talk About Money!
    Wondering about how many loans you really need? Or what goes into a good credit score? Why do you need a budget anyway? Join us in this session and start your Raider journey on the right foot! 

    Presenter:
    Randi Salyer, Wright-Patt Credit Union
    Medical Sciences 129
    Session Four
    3:20–3:50 p.m.

    Top 10 Tips for Academic Success
    Tips to start the Right Way! Strategy for successful onboarding and supportive resources 

    Presenter:
    Michelle Dixon, Student Success Coach, Student Retention Team

    Student Success Center 005

    How NOT to Screw Up Your Freshman Year
    One mistake can ruin it all! Come see Student Legal Services and Community Standards and Student Conduct and learn how to protect yourself on and off-campus against the pitfalls that often happen to first-year college students. 

    Presenters:
    Stephanie M. Allen, Attorney at Law, Student Legal Services
    Christopher Hogan, Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct

    Student Success Center 207

    The Quickie: Essentials of Sex Ed for Students
    Join Emily Yantis-Houser, LGBTQA Center assistant and sex educator, for a quick and dirty question and answer session. Bring your most exciting and brain-stimulating questions for Emily as she helps you prepare for navigating sexual experiences as a first-year college student and beyond. Safe sex kits provided.

    Presenter:
    Emily Yantis-Houser, Assistant Director, LGBTQA Center

    Student Success Center 007

    Make a Friend Workshop
    Join Student Advocacy and Wellness for a fun-filled hangout that should be fun for introverts and extraverts alike. Give building a community a try. You’ll leave knowing someone you can walk with to your next activity.  

    Presenter:
    Destinee Biesemeyer, Director, Student Advocacy and Wellness 

    Medical Sciences 125

    More than Books: Not Your Grandma’s Library
    Learn about the different spaces, resources, and people who can help you with research papers, study tools, and more from your first day to your last paper. 

    Presenter:
    Heather Back, Student Success Librarian, University Libraries

    Student Success Center 009

    Working On Campus: On-Campus Student Employment Opportunities
    Work on campus, save time and hassle commuting, and put money in your pocket. Wright State has student employment positions for you across the campus. Learn the difference between "work-study" and "regular" jobs, plus a rundown of how Career Services can help you during your time at Wright State and beyond. 

    Presenter:
    Michelle VanHuss, Student Services Coordinator, Career Services 

    Student Success 014 

    Air Force ROTC Opportunities
    Are you driven, physically fit, smart, want to serve the USA, and possibly go into space? Then this is the presentation for you. Air Force ROTC is designed to recruit, educate, and commission officer candidates as the Air Force and Space Force's future leaders through college campus programs around the country.

    Presenter:
    Capt. Salvano, AFROTC Det 643 

    Medical Sciences 127
    Let’s Talk About Money!
    Wondering about how many loans you really need? Or what goes into a good credit score? Why do you need a budget anyway? Join us in this session and start your Raider journey on the right foot.

    Presenter:
    Randi Salyer, Wright-Patt Credit Union
    Medical Sciences 129
    4–5:30 p.m Do the U
    Get involved! There is always something to do at Wright State—now find a student club or organization (or a few) to join. Connect, engage, and find your people at Do the U.
     
    Student Union Atrium
    5–7 p.m. Classroom Wayfinding
    Choose from a student-led tour of classrooms so you know exactly where to go during your first week.
    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    5–6 p.m. Dinner
    Explore the newest dining options with this exclusive first look at new Union Market updates. You're in for a treat! Make sure to bring your Wright1 Card.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6–8 p.m.

    Community Events in The Woods, Honors Community, and Hamilton Hall
    Get engaged with your residential community! Activities include a movie in each community, indoor and outdoor games, and dorm decoration-making.

    The Woods: TBA, Outdoors
    Honors Community: TBA
    Hamilton Hall: First-floor lounge

    8 p.m.–midnight Bonfire by Catholic Campus Ministries
    Hang out with Catholic Campus Ministries at the on-campus St. John Bosco Chapel near the Garden for the Senses. 
    St. John Bosco Chapel

    Saturday, August 20

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    • RaiderConnect,130 Student Union, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
      • Ask questions about your registration, tuition and fees due dates, and payment planning.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    10–11 a.m. Latino Center Welcome
    Join the Latino Center during First Weekend to meet our Latino student leaders and learn how the Latino Center can help you succeed this semester. Enjoy games, FREE snacks, and giveaways while connecting with your Wright State campus familia. Everyone is welcome. We are Amigos Latinos, where you don't have to be Latino to be a friend. 
    Student Union Pathfinder Room
    11 a.m.

    First Weekend Group Meetings
    Check in with your First Weekend leader.

    North Lawn or homeroom, Check with your First Weekend leader
    Noon–1:30 p.m.

    Lunch
    Enjoy a buffet-style lunch included in your meal plan. Make sure to bring your Wright1 Card.

    Union Market (111 SU)
    Noon–1:30 p.m. Classroom Wayfinding
    Choose from a student-led tour of classrooms so you know exactly where to go during your first week.
    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    2 p.m.

    Men’s Soccer vs. Bellarmine (Exhibition)
    All Wright State students get free admission to Raider athletics. Students who enter the main entrance, follow the sidewalk up from parking lot and show your Wright1 Card to the ticket table. Free transportation will be provided at the front of the Student Union, leaving promptly at 1:30 p.m.

    Alumni Field
    5–6:30 p.m. Dinner
    Enjoy a buffet-style dinner included in your meal plan. Make sure to bring your Wright1 Card.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6:30–8:30 p.m.

    Tom Varano: Emotion into Art
    With splashes of paint, motivating music, and words of encouragement, you will have an experience like no other.

    Apollo Room (160 SU)
    8:30 p.m.–midnight

    Student Union After Dark
    Explore this carnival-style event all over the Student Union. Have fun with various clubs and organizations, Campus Recreation, and more.

    Student Union

    Sunday, August 21

    semester MEAL PLANS BECOME ACTIVE; union market open 11 a.m.–7 p.m.

    • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided at your leisure at the Union Market in the Student Union.
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    10 a.m.

    Campus Hike
    Join the Outdoor Recreation team for a morning hike around the campus woods. Wear comfortable shoes (no flip-flops or open-toed shoes) and clothing. Bug repellant and water bottle encouraged.    

    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    11 a.m.–noon Mass on the Grass
    Join Catholic Campus Ministries for a mass on the grass near the Garden for the Senses. Cookout to follow. 
    St. John Bosco Chapel
    1–3 p.m. Mud Volleyball
    Participate in mud volleyball and prepare to get dirty. Compete against your fellow Raiders for #braggingWrights. Register or join a team on IMleagues.com. #ForTheShirt
    Campus Recreation Park
    2 p.m.–midnight Raider Mart is Open
    Peruse Raider Mart, Wright State's campus convenience store and mini grocery, located in the Honors Community.
    Raider Mart
    7 p.m.

    Hall Meetings
    Meet with your RA and wrap up your First Weekend. Next step: classes tomorrow!

    Residence halls–floor lounges

    Commuter Student Schedule

    Thursday, August 18 (Optional Programming)

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Inclusive Excellence Parents and Families Coffee
    You matter at Wright State! Parents and families of our underrepresented students are invited to meet members of the university leadership team for coffee and light refreshments.
    Multicultural Lounge (162 MH)
    5–6 p.m. Dinner
    Haven't signed up for meal tickets? Register for First Weekend today.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6–9 p.m. Take Off!
    Now it's time for the fun! Kick off your Wright State experience with fun activities and meet your fellow Raiders.
    North Lawn
    9 p.m.–midnight Party in the Woods
    Bust a move and jam with the fraternities and sororities on The Woods basketball court. Get to know some upperclassmen before the big day tomorrow—First Friday.
    The Woods basketball court

    Friday, August 19—First Friday (Essential Programming)

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    • RaiderConnect, 130 Student Union, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Ask questions about your registration, tuition and fees due dates, and payment planning.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    9–9:30 a.m.

    Commuter Check-In
    Check-in will be located near University Hall at the Turning Points (a.k.a. BART) sculpture. We recommend parking in lots 6710, or 4 near the Community Center, if available. Commuter students must register for First Weekend.

    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    10 a.m. Kickoff Address and Opening Session
    It's officially First Weekend! Hear from various campus leaders, including President Sue Edwards. Wear your official First Weekend shirt you received during move-in for the group photo.
    Outdoor Amphitheater
    10:30 a.m. First Weekend Group Meetings
    Meet and hear from your First Weekend leader on what you can expect as our newest Raiders. We will cover important topics about your first semester, introduce you to Wright State traditions and expectations, and allow you to meet some of your peers.
    North Lawn
    11:10–noon Common Knowledge: The Queen of Basketball
    College is a time for you to realize your potential and forge your path. During Common Knowledge, we will watch and discuss the film The Queen of Basketball.
    Check the CORQ app for your assigned location.
    12:15–1:30 p.m.

    Cookout with President Sue
    Get your grub on and meet President Sue and various other campus faces. Don't be afraid to say, "Hi!" Haven't signed up for meal tickets? Register for First Weekend today.

    The Quad

    1:30–3:50 p.m., concurrent sessions

    Sessions for Success
    Get acclimated with student services and activities. Attend various panels, seminars, and forums through this conference-style event.
    Various campus locations
    Session One
    1:30–2 p.m.

    Commuter Session
    Learn how to take advantage of commuter resources, support, and commuter life. Get to campus early and stay all day long!

    Medical Sciences 120
    Session Two
    2:10–2:35 p.m.

    Three Secrets: Making the Most of College and the Rest of Your Life
    Does the idea of being in college make you feel anxious? Are you suffering from Imposter Syndrome? Let me help. I will reveal three secrets to making the most of college and the rest of your life. In this session, you will learn the secret of time, identify your greatest enemy (hint: it’s inside of you!), and help you discover the one thing that can save you. 

    Presenter:
    David Bringhurst, Director, Academic Support  

    Student Success Center 009

    Top 10 Tips for Academic Success
    Tips to start the Right Way! Strategy for successful onboarding and supportive resources.

    Presenter:
    Michelle Dixon, Student Success Coach, Student Retention Team

    Student Success Center 005

    How NOT to Screw Up Your Freshman Year
    One mistake can ruin it all! Come see Student Legal Services and Community Standards and Student Conduct and learn how to protect yourself on and off campus against the pitfalls that often happen to first-year college students. 

    Presenters:
    Stephanie M. Allen, Attorney at Law, Student Legal Services
    Christopher Hogan, Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct

    Student Success Center 207

    The Quickie: Essentials of Sex Ed for Students
    Join Emily Yantis-Houser, LGBTQA Center assistant director and sex educator, for a quick and dirty question and answer session. Bring your most exciting and brain-stimulating questions for Emily as she helps you prepare for navigating sexual experiences as a first-year college student and beyond. Safe sex kits are provided.

    Presenter:
    Emily Yantis-Houser, Assistant Director, LGBTQA Center

    Student Success Center 007
    It's All Greek to Me!

    What does it mean to be a fraternity or sorority member at Wright State University? Interested in joining but don’t know how? Have any questions? This is a perfect opportunity to learn more. 

    Presenters:
    Members of College Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council.

    Student Success Center 014
    Let’s Talk About Money!
    Wondering about how many loans you really need? Or what goes into a good credit score? Why do you need a budget anyway? Join us in this session and start your Raider journey on the right foot! 

    Presenter:
    Randi Salyer, Wright-Patt Credit Union
    Medical Sciences 129

    Army ROTC Opportunities
    Interested in leadership and scholarships? Check out this presentation by Army ROTC. Army ROTC is a college elective that teaches leadership and is also a path to a commission with scholarship opportunities.

    Presenter:
    Edward Wittig, GS, Enrollment, Scholarship, Recruiting Operations Officer 

    Medical Sciences 125
    Have Fun, but Stay Safe
    Wright State may seem like a big place to some and small to others. 

    Presenter:
    Jacob Cooper, Police Officer, Unit 21; WSUPD
    Medical Sciences 127
    Session Three
    2:45–3:15 p.m.

    Get to Know the CaTS Help Desk: Technology Services and Support
    Learn about technology services and support available to new Wright State students. This session will cover how to save money on necessary software, security tips to keep you safe online, and how you can take advantage of the services offered by CaTS during your time here at Wright State.
     
    Presenter:
    Catherine Wheeler, Service Desk Coordinator, CaTS 

    Student Success Center 014

    Top 10 Tips for Academic Success
    Tips to start the Right Way! Strategy for successful onboarding and supportive resources.

    Presenter:
    Michelle Dixon, Student Success Coach, Student Retention Team

    Student Success Center 005
    Get Rec'd!
    Fitness, hiking, sports…and much more! Come get ACTIVE with Campus Rec.

    Presenters:
    Billy Willis, Campus Recreation Program Director
    Erin Sherrets, Outdoor Recreation Program Manager
    Student Success Center 009

    How NOT to Screw Up Your Freshman Year
    One mistake can ruin it all! Come see Student Legal Services and Community Standards and Student Conduct and learn how to protect yourself on and off campus against the pitfalls that often happen to first-year college students. 

    Presenters:
    Stephanie M. Allen, Attorney at Law, Student Legal Services
    Christopher Hogan, Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct

    Student Success Center 207
    Creating Your Path to Involvement

    Your journey to student engagement begins today! What are your talents, passions, and interests? What new experiences do you hope to have or accomplish? What does your out-of-class experience look like? Learn how to create a customized path of engagement and leadership and discover tools that will enhance your journey.   

    Presenter:
    Courtney Laukitis, Student Organizations Program Manager

    Medical Sciences 120

    The Quickie: Essentials of Sex Ed for Students
    Join Emily Yantis-Houser, LGBTQA Center assistant director and sex educator, for a quick and dirty question and answer session. Bring your most exciting and brain-stimulating questions for Emily as she helps you prepare for navigating sexual experiences as a first-year college student and beyond. Safe sex kits provided.

    Presenter:
    Emily Yantis-Houser, Assistant Director, LGBTQA Center

    Student Success Center 007
    Let’s Talk About Money!
    Wondering about how many loans you really need? Or what goes into a good credit score? Why do you need a budget anyway? Join us in this session and start your Raider journey on the right foot.

    Presenter:
    Randi Salyer, Wright-Patt Credit Union
    Medical Sciences 129
    Session Four
    3:20–3:50 p.m.

    Top 10 Tips for Academic Success
    Tips to start the Right Way! Strategy for successful onboarding and supportive resources.

    Presenter:
    Michelle Dixon, Student Success Coach, Student Retention Team

    Student Success Center 005

    How NOT to Screw Up Your Freshman Year
    One mistake can ruin it all! Come see Student Legal Services and Community Standards and Student Conduct and learn how to protect yourself on and off campus against the pitfalls that often happen to first-year college students. 

    Presenters:
    Stephanie M. Allen, Attorney at Law, Student Legal Services
    Christopher Hogan, Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct

    Student Success Center 207

    The Quickie: Essentials of Sex Ed for Students
    Join Emily Yantis-Houser, LGBTQA Center assistant director and sex educator, for a quick and dirty question and answer session. Bring your most exciting and brain-stimulating questions for Emily as she helps you prepare for navigating sexual experiences as a first-year college student and beyond. Safe sex kits provided.

    Presenter:
    Emily Yantis-Houser, Assistant Director, LGBTQA Center

    Student Success Center 007

    Make a Friend Workshop
    Join Student Advocacy and Wellness for a fun-filled hangout that should be fun for introverts and extraverts alike. Give building a community a try. You’ll leave knowing someone you can walk with to your next activity.  

    Presenter:
    Destinee Biesemeyer, Director, Student Advocacy and Wellness 

    Medical Sciences 125

    More than Books: Not Your Grandma’s Library
    Learn about the different spaces, resources, and people who can help you with research papers, study tools, and more from your first day to your last paper. 

    Presenter:
    Heather Back, Student Success Librarian, University Libraries

    Student Success Center 009

    Working On Campus: On-Campus Student Employment Opportunities
    Work on campus, save time and hassle commuting, and put money in your pocket! Wright State has student employment positions for you across the campus. Learn the difference between "work-study" and "regular" jobs, plus a rundown of how Career Services can help you during your time at Wright State and beyond. 

    Presenter:
    Michelle VanHuss, Student Services Coordinator, Career Services 

    Student Success 014 

    Air Force ROTC Opportunities
    Are you driven, physically fit, smart, want to serve the USA, and possibly go into space? Then this is the presentation for you. Air Force ROTC is designed to recruit, educate, and commission officer candidates as the Air Force and Space Force's future leaders through college campus programs around the country. 

    Presenter:
    Capt. Salvano, AFROTC Det 643 

    Medical Sciences 127
    Let’s Talk About Money!
    Wondering about how many loans you really need? Or what goes into a good credit score? Why do you need a budget anyway? Join us in this session and start your Raider journey on the right foot.

    Presenter:
    Randi Salyer, Wright-Patt Credit Union
    Medical Sciences 129
    4–5:30 p.m Do the U
    Get involved! There is always something to do at Wright State—now find a student club or organization (or a few) to join. Connect, engage, and find your people at Do the U.
    Student Union Atrium
    5–7 p.m. Classroom Wayfinding
    Choose from a student-led tour of classrooms so you know exactly where to go during your first week.
    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    5–6 p.m. Dinner
    Explore the newest dining options with this exclusive first look at new Union Market updates. You're in for a treat! Haven't signed up for meal tickets? Register for First Weekend today.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6–8 p.m.

    Community Events in The Woods, Honors Community, and Hamilton Hall
    Get engaged with the residential community! Activities include a movie in each community, indoor and outdoor games, and dorm decoration-making.

    The Woods: TBA, Outdoors
    Honors Community: TBA
    Hamilton Hall: First-floor lounge

    8 p.m.–midnight Bonfire by Catholic Campus Ministries
    Hang out with Catholic Campus Ministries at the on-campus St. John Bosco Chapel near the Garden for the Senses. 
    St. John Bosco Chapel

    Saturday, August 20 (Essential Programming)

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    • RaiderConnect, 130 Student Union, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
      • Ask questions about your registration, tuition and fees due dates, and payment planning.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    10–11 a.m. Latino Center Welcome
    Join the Latino Center during First Weekend to meet our Latino student leaders and learn how the Latino Center can help you succeed this semester. Enjoy games, FREE snacks, and giveaways while connecting with your Wright State campus familia. Everyone is welcome. We are Amigos Latinos, where you don't have to be Latino to be a friend. 
    Student Union Pathfinder Room
    11 a.m.

    First Weekend Group Meetings
    Check in with your First Weekend leader.

    North Lawn or Homeroom, Check with your First Weekend Leader
    Noon–1:30 p.m.

    Lunch
    Haven't signed up for meal tickets? Register for First Weekend today.

    Union Market (111 SU)
    Noon–1:30 p.m. Classroom Wayfinding
    Choose from a student-led tour of classrooms so you know exactly to go during your first week.
    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    2 p.m.

    Men’s Soccer vs. Bellarmine (Exhibition)
    All Wright State students get free admission to Raider athletics. Students who enter the main entrance, follow the sidewalk up from parking lot and show your Wright1 Card to the ticket table. Free transportation will be provided at the front of the Student Union, leaving promptly at 1:30 p.m.

    Alumni Field
    5–6:30 p.m. Dinner
    Haven't signed up for meal tickets? Register for First Weekend today.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6:30–8:30 p.m.

    Tom Varano: Emotion into Art
    With splashes of paint, motivating music, and words of encouragement, you will have an experience like no other.

    Apollo Room (160 SU)
    8:30 p.m.–midnight

    Student Union After Dark
    Explore this carnival-style event all over the Student Union. Have fun with various clubs and organizations, Campus Recreation, and more.

    Student Union

    Sunday, August 21 (Optional Programming)

    semester MEAL PLANS BECOME ACTIVE; union market open 11 a.m.–7 p.m.

    • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided at your leisure at the Union Market in the Student Union.
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    10 a.m.

    Campus Hike
    Join the Outdoor Recreation team for a morning hike around the campus woods. Wear comfortable shoes (no flip-flops or open-toed shoes) and clothing. Bug repellant and water bottle encouraged.

    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    11 a.m.–noon Mass on the Grass
    Join Catholic Campus Ministries for a mass on the grass near the Garden for the Senses. Cookout to follow. 
    St. John Bosco Chapel
    1–3 p.m. Mud Volleyball
    Participate in mud volleyball and prepare to get dirty. Compete against your fellow Raiders for #braggingWrights. Register or join a team on IMleagues.com. #ForTheShirt
    Campus Recreation Park

    Transfer Student Schedule

    Thursday, August 18 (Optional Programming)

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Inclusive Excellence Parents and Families Coffee
    You matter at Wright State! Parents and families of our underrepresented students are invited to meet members of the university leadership team for coffee and light refreshments.
    Multicultural Lounge (162 MH)
    5–6 p.m. Dinner
    Students living in an on-campus apartment or commuters must register for First Weekend. Register for First Weekend today.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6–9 p.m. Take Off!
    Now it's time for the fun! Kick off your Wright State experience with fun activities and meet your fellow Raiders.
    North Lawn
    9 p.m.–midnight Party in the Woods
    Bust a move and jam with the fraternities and sororities on The Woods basketball court. Get to know some upperclassmen before the big day tomorrow—First Friday!
    The Woods basketball court

    Friday, August 19—First Friday (Essential Programming)

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    • RaiderConnect, 130 Student Union, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Ask questions about your registration, tuition and fees due dates, and payment planning.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    9–9:30 a.m.

    Commuter Check-In
    Check-in will be located near University Hall at the Turning Points (a.k.a. BART) sculpture. We recommend parking in lots 6710, or 4 near the Community Center, if available. Commuter students must register for First Weekend.

    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    10 a.m. Kickoff Address and Opening Session
    It's officially First Weekend! Hear from various campus leaders, including President Sue Edwards. Wear your official First Weekend shirt you received during move-in for the group photo.
    Outdoor Amphitheater
    10:30 a.m. First Weekend Group Meetings
    Meet and hear from your First Weekend leader on what you can expect as our newest Raiders. We will cover important topics about your first semester, introduce you to Wright State traditions and expectations, and allow you to meet some of your peers.
    North Lawn
    11:10–noon Common Knowledge: The Queen of Basketball
    College is a time for you to realize your potential and forge your path. During Common Knowledge, we will watch and discuss the film The Queen of Basketball.
    Check the CORQ app for your assigned location.
    12:15–1:30 p.m.

    Cookout with President Sue
    Get your grub on and meet President Sue and various other campus faces. Don't be afraid to say, "Hi!" Students living in an on-campus apartment or commuters must register for First Weekend. Register for First Weekend today.

    The Quad

    1:30–3:50 p.m., concurrent sessions

    Sessions for Success
    Get acclimated with student services and activities. Attend various panels, seminars, and forums through this conference-style event.
    Various campus locations
    Session One
    1:30–2 p.m.

    Residential Session
    We're happy that you're living with us. Learn how to maximize resources, support, and residence life. Take advantage of your experiences on campus.

    Student Union Apollo Room (160 SU)
    Commuter Session
    Learn how to take advantage of commuter resources, support, and commuter life. Get to campus early and stay all day long.
    Medical Sciences 120
    Session Two
    2:10–2:35 p.m.

    Been There, Done That: Leveraging Your Transfer Student Experience
    Explore ways to make your experience impactful as a transfer student. This session will include an opportunity to get to know other transfer Raiders and tips on how to leverage your previous experience for success at Wright State. 

    Presenters:
    Hideo Tsuchida, Director of Articulation, Transfer, and Institutional Partnerships  
    Rachel Fulton, Wright Path Program Manager 

    Medical Sciences 120
    Session Three
    2:45–3:15 p.m.

    Get to Know the CaTS Help Desk: Technology Services and Support
    Learn about technology services and support available to new Wright State students. This session will cover how to save money on necessary software, security tips to keep you safe online, and how you can take advantage of the services offered by CaTS during your time here at Wright State.
     
    Presenter:
    Catherine Wheeler, Service Desk Coordinator, CaTS 

    Student Success Center 014

    Top 10 Tips for Academic Success
    Tips to start the Right Way! Strategy for successful onboarding and supportive resources.

    Presenter:
    Michelle Dixon, Student Success Coach, Student Retention Team

    Student Success Center 005
    Get Rec'd!
    Fitness, hiking, sports…and much more! Come get ACTIVE with Campus Rec.

    Presenters:
    Billy Willis, Campus Recreation Program Director
    Erin Sherrets, Outdoor Recreation Program Manager
    Student Success Center 009

    How NOT to Screw Up Your Freshman Year
    One mistake can ruin it all! Come see Student Legal Services and Community Standards and Student Conduct and learn how to protect yourself on and off campus against the pitfalls that often happen to first-year college students. 

    Presenters:
    Stephanie M. Allen, Attorney at Law, Student Legal Services
    Christopher Hogan, Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct

    Student Success Center 207
    Creating Your Path to Involvement

    Your journey to student engagement begins today! What are your talents, passions, and interests? What new experiences do you hope to have or accomplish? What does your out-of-class experience look like? Learn how to create a customized path of engagement and leadership and discover tools that will enhance your journey.   

    Presenter:
    Courtney Laukitis, Student Organizations Program Manager

    Medical Sciences 120

    The Quickie: Essentials of Sex Ed for Students
    Join Emily Yantis-Houser, LGBTQA Center assistant director and sex educator, for a quick and dirty question and answer session. Bring your most exciting and brain-stimulating questions for Emily as she helps you prepare for navigating sexual experiences as a first-year college student and beyond. Safe sex kits provided.

    Presenter:
    Emily Yantis-Houser, Assistant Director, LGBTQA Center

    Student Success Center 007
    Let’s Talk About Money!
    Wondering about how many loans you really need? Or what goes into a good credit score? Why do you need a budget anyway? Join us in this session and start your Raider journey on the right foot.

    Presenter:
    Randi Salyer, Wright-Patt Credit Union
    Medical Sciences 129
    Session Four
    3:20–3:50 p.m.

    Top 10 Tips for Academic Success
    Tips to start the Right Way! Strategy for successful onboarding and supportive resources.

    Presenter:
    Michelle Dixon, Student Success Coach, Student Retention Team

    Student Success Center 005

    How NOT to Screw Up Your Freshman Year
    One mistake can ruin it all! Come see Student Legal Services and Community Standards and Student Conduct and learn how to protect yourself on and off campus against the pitfalls that often happen to first-year college students. 

    Presenters:
    Stephanie M. Allen, Attorney at Law, Student Legal Services
    Christopher Hogan, Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct

    Student Success Center 207

    The Quickie: Essentials of Sex Ed for Students
    Join Emily Yantis-Houser, LGBTQA Center assistant director and sex educator, for a quick and dirty question and answer session. Bring your most exciting and brain-stimulating questions for Emily as she helps you prepare for navigating sexual experiences as a first-year college student and beyond. Safe sex kits provided.

    Presenter:
    Emily Yantis-Houser, Assistant Director, LGBTQA Center

    Student Success Center 007

    Make a Friend Workshop
    Join Student Advocacy and Wellness for a fun-filled hangout that should be fun for introverts and extraverts alike. Give building a community a try. You’ll leave knowing someone you can walk with to your next activity.  

    Presenter:
    Destinee Biesemeyer, Director, Student Advocacy and Wellness 

    Medical Sciences 125

    More than Books: Not Your Grandma’s Library
    Learn about the different spaces, resources, and people who can help you with research papers, study tools, and more from your first day to your last paper. 

    Presenter:
    Heather Back, Student Success Librarian, University Libraries

    Student Success Center 009

    Working On Campus: On-Campus Student Employment Opportunities
    Work on campus, save time and hassle commuting, and put money in your pocket! Wright State has student employment positions for you across the campus. Learn the difference between "work-study" and "regular" jobs, plus a rundown of how Career Services can help you during your time at Wright State and beyond. 

    Presenter:
    Michelle VanHuss, Student Services Coordinator, Career Services 

    Student Success 014 

    Air Force ROTC Opportunities
    Are you driven, physically fit, smart, want to serve the USA, and possibly go into space? Then this is the presentation for you. Air Force ROTC is designed to recruit, educate, and commission officer candidates as the Air Force and Space Force's future leaders through college campus programs around the country. 

    Presenter:
    Capt. Salvano, AFROTC Det 643 

    Medical Sciences 127
    Let’s Talk About Money!
    Wondering about how many loans you really need? Or what goes into a good credit score? Why do you need a budget anyway? Join us in this session and start your Raider journey on the right foot.

    Presenter:
    Randi Salyer, Wright-Patt Credit Union
    Medical Sciences 129
    4–5:30 p.m Do the U
    Get involved! There is always something to do at Wright State—now find a student club or organization (or a few) to join. Connect, engage, and find your people at Do the U.
    Student Union Atrium
    5–7 p.m. Classroom Wayfinding
    Choose from a student-led tour of classrooms so you know exactly where to go during your first week.
    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    5–6 p.m. Dinner
    Explore the newest dining options with this exclusive first look at new Union Market updates. You're in for a treat! Students living in an on-campus apartment or commuters must register for First Weekend. Register for First Weekend today.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6–8 p.m.

    Community Events in the The Woods, Honors Community, and Hamilton Hall
    Get engaged with the residential community! Activities include a movie in each community, indoor and outdoor games, and dorm decoration-making.

    The Woods: TBA, Outdoors
    Honors Community: TBA
    Hamilton Hall: First-floor lounge

    8 p.m.–midnight Bonfire by Catholic Campus Ministries
    Hang out with Catholic Campus Ministries at the on-campus St. John Bosco Chapel near the Garden for the Senses.
    St. John Bosco Chapel

    Saturday, August 20 (Optional Programming)

    Extended department hours

    • Wright Print Center (for Wright1 Cards), 066 Student Union, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
      • Please have your UID and a photo ID (e.g., state ID, driver's license, military ID, or passport) handy.
    • RaiderConnect, 130 Student Union, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
      • Ask questions about your registration, tuition and fees due dates, and payment planning.
    • Bookstore, 182 Student Union, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
      • Order textbooks online for free one-day shipping to the bookstore, pickup books in-store, or shop spirit swag to wear on #GreenAndGoldFridays!
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    10–11 a.m. Latino Center Welcome
    Join the Latino Center during First Weekend to meet our Latino student leaders and learn how the Latino Center can help you succeed this semester. Enjoy games, FREE snacks, and giveaways while connecting with your Wright State campus familia. Everyone is welcome. We are Amigos Latinos, where you don't have to be Latino to be a friend. 
    Student Union Pathfinder Room
    11 a.m.

    First Weekend Group Meetings
    Check in with your First Weekend leader.

    North Lawn or homeroom, Check with your First Weekend leader
    Noon–1:30 p.m.

    Lunch
    Enjoy a buffet-style lunch included in your meal plan. Students living in an on-campus apartment or commuters must register for First Weekend. Register for First Weekend today.

    Union Market (111 SU)
    Noon–1:30 p.m. Classroom Wayfinding
    Choose from a student-led tour of classrooms so you know exactly to go during your first week.
    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    2 p.m.

    Men’s Soccer vs. Bellarmine (Exhibition)
    All Wright State students get free admission to Raider athletics. Students who enter the main entrance, follow the sidewalk up from parking lot and show your Wright1 Card to the ticket table. Free transportation will be provided at the front of the Student Union, leaving promptly at 1:30 p.m.

    Alumni Field
    5–6:30 p.m. Dinner
    Enjoy a buffet-style dinner included in your meal plan. Students living in an on-campus apartment or commuters must register for First Weekend. Register for First Weekend today.
    Union Market (111 SU)
    6:30–8:30 p.m.

    Tom Varano: Emotion into Art
    With splashes of paint, motivating music, and words of encouragement, you will have an experience like no other.

    Apollo Room (160 SU)
    8:30 p.m.–midnight

    Student Union After Dark
    Explore this carnival-style event all over the Student Union. Have fun with various clubs and organizations, Campus Recreation, and more.

    Student Union

    Sunday, August 21 (Optional Programming)

    semester MEAL PLANS BECOME ACTIVE; union market open 11 a.m.–7 p.m.

    • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided at your leisure at the Union Market in the Student Union.
    Time of Activity Activity Location of Activity
    10 a.m.

    Campus Hike
    Join the Outdoor Recreation team for a morning hike around the campus woods. Wear comfortable shoes (no flip-flops or open-toed shoes) and clothing. Bug repellant and water bottle encouraged.    

    Turning Points (a.k.a. BART)
    11 a.m.–noon Mass on the Grass
    Join Catholic Campus Ministries for a mass on the grass near the Garden for the Senses. Cookout to follow. 
    St. John Bosco Chapel
    1–3 p.m. Mud Volleyball
    Participate in mud volleyball and prepare to get dirty. Compete against your fellow Raiders for #braggingWrights. Register or join a team on IMleagues.com. #ForTheShirt
    Campus Recreation Park