Alumni Association Moves into Former Presidential House

A new sign welcomes visitors to the Rockafield Alumni Center

For the first time in 43 years, Rockafield House, the on-campus home made available to Wright State presidents, is serving Wright State University in a different capacity. In June, Rockafield was temporarily repurposed to be the new Rockafield Alumni Center, a gathering space for alumni visiting campus.

Built for the university’s first president, Brage Golding, in 1969, the home will be made available to the next president if he or she chooses to live there.

But for now, Rockafield will house alumni offices, serve as a central gathering point of information and socializing for visiting alumni.

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