Residence Life and Housing

Residential Student Organizations

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African-American Residential Caucus

The African American Residential Caucus (AARC) organization functions under the Residential Community Association (RCA), and its primary goal is to be the voice for African American residential students at Wright State University. The AARC provides African American residential students with a resource to ask for help and voice their concerns and creates social support, unity, and pride among residents. Students can join the organization at any time throughout the academic year. 

Contact Bri Ferba to join or for more information.

Executive Board Members for Spring 2024

  • President: Coree Smith 
  • Vice President: Sydney Grays 
  • Secretary: Nevaeh Keaton
  • Treasurer: Shanaia Hunt -
  • Public Relations Chair: Leonard Heard
  • Street Team: Gabrelle Cosby
  • Advisor: Briunna Ferba

Join the Executive Board!   Apply Here

Community Councils

Community Councils are student-run organizations dedicated to advocating for the interests and welfare of residential students, while also providing opportunities for personal growth and development. Community Council serves as the representative voice of the residents in their community to the Residential Community Association, plans community-wide programs and other initiatives, and participates in regional and national conferences. Any student living on campus is welcomed and encouraged to attend their Community Council meetings.

National Residence Hall Honorary


The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is a nationally recognized student organization that advocates for the interests and welfare of residential students, while also providing opportunities for their personal growth and development. NRHH recognizes individuals who have contributed to the advancement of college and university housing, provides service for people in students in their communities both on- and off-campus, as well as encourages individuals to grow as leaders in their communities.

How to Get Involved

The Wright State Chapter of NRHH strives to be involved in activities on campus regularly. If you are interested in possibly becoming a member, participating in upcoming service activities, or with to recognize positive people or changes in your Wright State residential community, please email Morgan Robertson ( or Nickole Watson (

NRHH Executive Board Spring 2024

  • President: Morgan Robertson
  • Vice President of Administration: Marcela Gallegos-Holguin
  • Advisor to NRHH: Nickole Watson

Residential Community Association (RCA)

Mission Statement

We strive to create a sense of community through programming, providing opportunities for leadership, and personal and professional development, and initiating change through students for Wright State and its community.

Vision Statement

"Our vision is to create an environment and atmosphere that promotes equality, compassion, and excellence as well as provide opportunities for leadership.  

Executive Board Spring 2024


Contact Us


Residential Community Association
c/o Residence Life and Housing
Community Center
Wright State University
3460 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, Ohio 45435