Wright State University believes in the power of learning about and celebrating different cultures. Our welcoming cultural centers are made to connect, support, and inspire the Wright State community.
The cultural centers on campus include:
The Asian and Native American Center (ANA) exists on Wright State University's campus as a resource for past, current, and future students.
The Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center provides a variety of special programs, activities, and student services that celebrate diverse African cultural identities while fostering lasting friendships among all people.
The Disability and Neurodivergence Culture Center is a unit dedicated to providing a space for our students with disabilities and neurodivergence to gather, connect, and celebrate their cultures.
The Latino Center fosters a supportive environment that enhances the success of Latino/Hispanic students and the local Latino community. The Latino Center seeks to recruit, retain, empower, graduate, and advance Latino/Hispanic students at Wright State University.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Ally (LGBTQA) Center brings together information about LGBTQA programs and services in one convenient location for students, faculty and staff.
The Women's Center transforms our community by advocating for equity, eliminating gender-based barriers, and providing diverse educational opportunities for the benefit of all.