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.

Campus Living

Approximately 3,000 students call Wright State campus housing home.

With three residence hall communities and four on-campus apartment communities to choose from, we've got your housing needs covered.

Residence Halls

Hamilton Hall

Hamilton Hall, home to more than 300 students, was the first campus dormitory and hosts the STEM City, a themed community for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Honors Community

300+ students have the opportunity to live and study together in the Honors Community with special programs in housing that includes themed floors, philanthropic and service projects, honors courses taught on site, and social activities.

The Woods

photo of students walking near the woods

Nine fully furnished co-ed residence halls (Boston, Cedar, Hawthorn, Hickory, Jacob, Laurel, Maple, Oak, and Pine Halls) referred to as The Woods, offers single, double, and triple occupancy with suite-style bathrooms.


College Park Apartments

College Park Apartments are 4 bedroom, 2 bath furnished co-ed apartments.

Forest Lane Apartments

Forest Lane Apartments are co-ed studio, two-bedroom, and quad furnished apartments.

University Park Apartments

University Park Apartments are furnished co-ed four bedroom and two bathroom apartments.

The Village Apartments

The Village Apartments are co-ed efficiency, deluxe efficiency,  one bedroom, and two bedroom unfurnished apartments.