Community Service

Wright State sets bountiful table for third annual Raidersgiving

raiders_giving-logo

Students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to attend or volunteer at the annual Raidersgiving dinner on Thanksgiving day, Nov. 27. Continue reading

Raiderthon chalks up second successful fundraiser

Wright State’s annual 15-hour dance marathon raises $61,018
Raiderthon chalks up second successful fundraiser

Student-organized Raiderthon dance marathon tops goal, raising more than $61,000 for Dayton Children’s Hospital. Continue reading

Make miracles happen at the Raiderthon dance marathon

Wright State’s largest student-run philanthropy event is back
Raiderthon crowd

On Nov. 15, Wright State will host its second dance marathon to raise money for Dayton Children’s Hospital. Continue reading

Student Government sweeps the streets

Student Government members on side of highway

Members of Wright State’s Student Government picked up trash along a portion of southbound State Route 844 as part of the state’s adopt-a-highway litter program. Continue reading

State taps eagle-eyed Wright State student for service committee

Adrian Hill interviewing a veteran

Wright State student Adrian Hill works in Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center’s and was named to the state’s committee on service and volunteerism. Continue reading

Wright State’s Robert Sweeney honored by state commission for Latino affairs

Robert Sweeney and Veronica Sweeney

Robert Sweeney, executive vice president for planning at Wright State, honored for supporting and advancing the interests of the Hispanic community. Continue reading

Book smart

Wright State students create libraries out of old newspaper racks
Newspaper racks transformed in to libraries

Wright State students turn old newspaper racks into miniature libraries to promote reading among Dayton youth. Continue reading

Growing season

Lake Campus garden shares its bounty with the community
Kip Wright, Lake Campus garden

Overseen by a team of volunteers, the Lake Campus community garden produces thousands of pounds of donated food and helps connect students to the Mercer County community. Continue reading

Spanish scene

Latino children at El Puente reap benefits of tutoring from Wright State education students
Lauren Hummel tutoring

Wright State graduate students tutor Latino children while improving their teaching skills at El Puente, a Wright State tutoring program. Continue reading