At the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center, we can help provide services and resources that will support the students, staff, and faculty of the Wright State Community.
At the center, we can
- Refer you to appropriate campus resources for additional advising, counseling, and/or other support services.
- Keep you informed of all local activities and programs relating to African American culture and experience.
- Consult on the maintenance of African American culture materials in the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library.
- Advise on diversity initiatives and how those initiatives contribute to Wright State University's vision and mission.
- Inform the community on all events sponsored by the center through the quarterly newsletter, Heritage.
We provide on-site academic advisors for undergraduate and graduate students.
We provide computers for you to study, print, and complete group projects.
We provide textbooks for to use for entry-level courses. These textbooks are for areas of study that include history, math, psychology, biology, African American studies, social work, women’s studies, and sociology.
We provide tutorial support for eligible students in courses such as math, science, and the social sciences. Each semester, we disseminates information about tutorial services to the university community. Additional on-site tutoring services are provided in chemistry 1100, biology 1070, math, statistics, engineering 1010, calculus II, and writing.