Residence Life & Housing

Campus buzzes with first weekend activities

Wright State freshmen and upperclassmen were able to participate in first weekend events over the past four days. Continue reading

Celebrating Wright State’s 50th: How Hamilton Hall got its name

It turns out Hamilton was not a person at all, but rather a reference to a prehistoric river deep below the surface of the Miami Valley. Continue reading

Moved in: 1,300 new students hit campus

Move-in Day on Wright State’s Dayton Campus began at 9 a.m. on Aug. 24 as 1,300 new students arrived at their new home. Continue reading

Wright State to welcome more than 1,300 new residential students on Move-in Day

Another 1,200 residential students to move back to campus Saturday, Aug. 26
Freshman Robert Lynd was one of many students who were thankful to have the help of volunteers for move-in day.

More than 1,300 new students are set to move in on the Dayton Campus during Wright State University’s annual Move-In Day on Thursday, Aug. 24, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Continue reading

Alternative Spring break Program provides students the chance to volunteer

Wright State students can spend spring break volunteering at seven local organizations. Continue reading

Student Government to host student organization fair, basketball pep rally

The House Party student organization fair takes place Jan. 19, followed by Raider Roundup on Feb. 4. Continue reading

Wright State Police Department offers free active-shooter training

Wright State offers a variety of tools that faculty, staff and students can use to actively take precautions in an emergency situation. Continue reading

Wright State will become tobacco free on July 1, 2017

All smoking and smokeless tobacco products, as well as nicotine-delivering products like e-cigarettes, will be prohibited from use anywhere on campus. Continue reading

All are invited to annual Raidersgiving celebration

More than 500 people are expected to attend Raidersgiving on Thursday, Nov. 24, from noon to 2 p.m. in the Nutter Center’s McLin Gym. Continue reading

Reaching for the moon

Wright State electrical engineering major Eric Harris uses lunar photography to capture the nightly dance of Earth’s closest neighbor

Eric Harris, a freshman electrical engineering major at Wright State, plans to photograph every full moon for the next 16 years. Continue reading