Community Service

We Serve U to host Virtual Volunteer Fair

Wright State students, faculty, staff and alumni can learn about opportunities to give back to the community during the We Serve U Virtual Volunteer Fair. Continue reading

Supply drop

Students in the Raj Soin College of Business delivered backpacks filled with school supplies to Fairborn Primary School. Continue reading

Food supply

Pantries on a post help those in need thanks to Wright State MBA students

Raj Soin College of Business students worked with Good Neighbor House to install five food pantries around Dayton. Continue reading

Wright State alumna, faculty member lend Spanish skills at community vaccination clinic

Two members of the Wright State community volunteered to help those in need at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Continue reading

Movie night

Wright State students' drive-in raised $20,127.13 for Dayton Children’s Hospital

This year’s eighth annual Raiderthon raised over $20,000 for Dayton Children’s Hospital. Continue reading

It’s time to dance

Due to the weather forecast, Raiderthon, the annual fundraiser for Dayton Children’s Hospital, has been rescheduled to April 17. Continue reading

Fisher/Nightingale Houses to benefit from Wright State’s virtual Red, White and Run

Fisher/Nightingale Houses, which support military veterans and their families, will benefit from the proceeds of the virtual Red, White and Run 5K hosted by Wright State University’s Air Force ROTC Detachment 643. Continue reading

Alumni Service Week features at-home volunteer opportunities

Community service opportunities are available with United Rehabilitation Services, SICSA and VITAS Healthcare. Continue reading

Wright State to host virtual King Day celebration and collection for students in need

The Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center will host a virtual celebration, “Honoring the Legacy of Dr. King as an Antiracist,” on Jan. 18. Continue reading

Bear hugs

Wright State marketing student Callista Hess is the driving force behind Bears4Children’s

Wright State marketing major Callista Hess and her family run an organization that delivers personalized teddy bears to sick children. Continue reading