Fall 2020 Update

Fall 2020 Update: Wright State University’s Dayton and Lake Campuses plan to return to teaching for 2020 Fall Semester on August 24 with a dynamic and flexible mixture of in-person and remote courses. Read more about our Right Here. Wright State. This Fall. plan.

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Your First Look at Raider Living

Photos, videos, a quick look around campus housing
Learn more and take a virtual tour!


Flexibility Statement Campus Housing

Residence Life & Housing understands that these are uncertain times and you may be unsure about signing up for your housing assignment for the 2020-2021 academic year.  At this time, Wright State University has not made a decision whether the start of Fall 2020 classes will begin in classroom, or virtual, or both.   We want you to know that we will put your safety and convenience first, and we will be flexible with the housing contract. If classes are virtual and you decide not to live on campus for a period of time, you won’t be charged for the time not in campus housing.   We encourage you to sign up for your on-campus housing assignment as soon as possible, to reserve your space.  Once the university has made a decision, we will contact all residents and communicate housing options for the upcoming year.

Need Summer Housing?

If you're planning on studing at Wright State during the summer,
don't forget to sign up for A B or C term summer housing.

Right Here. Wright State. This Fall.

Wright State University will start classes on August 24 with in-person and remote courses, as well as preventative measures to ensure the health and safety of the Raider family.

Announcements, News & Blogs

Campus housing plans additional robust training this year in anti-racism and social justice

Residence Life and Housing professional staff and resident advisors who populate the dorms will participate in extra training in anti-racism and social justice this year.

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

12 projects selected for the second year of Students First funding
The 12 projects selected for funding will have far-reaching impacts on both the Dayton and Lake campuses.

Outstanding Collaborative Units

Student Concern Committee
The collaborative effort of so many professional staff has resulted in the retention and success of upwards of 100 students each year.