Facilities & Planning

Wright State University: Emerging leader in shared services

Printing Services Consortium managed by Xerox

Wright State develops strategic partnerships with state agencies, neighboring municipalities and colleges for shared print services and road-salt storage. Continue reading

Wright State to mark construction milestone of multiuse classroom building

Wright State to mark construction milestone of multiuse classroom building

Expected to open next summer, the Student Success Center and Classroom Building will include active learning classrooms, an auditorium and academic support services. Continue reading

Morgan-Elliott to lead facilities development at Wright State

Wende Morgan-Elliott

Wright State Senior Architect Wende Morgan-Elliott named interim Executive Director Of Facilities Planning and Development. Continue reading

Wright State University presents fiscal 2014 budget to Board of Trustees, campus

Wright State University presents fiscal 2014 budget to Board of Trustees, campus

Wright State proposed its fiscal 2014 budget to the Board of Trustees as well as faculty, staff and students, a spending plan designed to deliver on the soon-to-be launched five-year Strategic Plan… Continue reading

Wright State mythbuster: the tunnel system

The real story behind the Wright State tunnels
Students, faculty and staff walking in the Wright State tunnel system

Nearly two miles of tunnels (10,436 feet) snake their way beneath Wright State’s Dayton campus linking 20 of 22 buildings in the academic section of campus. Continue reading

Raider Connect opens its doors

Graphic logo for the Wright State Newsroom series Student on the Scene

Student reporter Reilly Dixon, host of Student on the Scene, goes on location to find out more. Continue reading

Raider Connect bringing better enrollment services

Digitally altered photo of temporary Raider Connect location in Pathfinder Lounge

The registrar, student accounts and financial aid student services are about to become a one-stop service for Wright State students. Continue reading