Join the Wright State Parents’ Association. Get involved and stay involved from Orientation to Graduation at Wright State. Keep current on university activities, events, and information that impact your student. Parents are welcomed to join us for the Spring Semester Parents' Association and Parents' Advisory Council meeting. Light refreshments will be served. There will also be some great raffle prizes given away at this event!
Join us this year for some exciting presentations, specifically tailored to address the interests of residential and commuter parents, families, and students! Dan Abrahamowicz, Ph.D., vice president for student affairs, will be your host for this event. There will also be some great raffle prizes given away at this event.
Raiders, get up and get moving! Join us for Continental Breakfast immediately prior to the 10 a.m. Coffee, Connections & Conversation session. Mix, mingle, and meet with other Raider parents and their families. Student affairs professionals will host booths at the beginning and end of this session so that you can get information about all of the offices and departments that comprise the Division of Student Affairs! Cost is only $3 per ticket, per person. Students, parents, family members, siblings, and friends are all invited to attend.
Check in and receive last-minute updates. Wright State students may check in for their parents and other guests by showing their Wright1 Card. Check in will also be available during the evening of Friday, January 25.
Feeling lucky? Have loads of fun with us at the Annual Monte Carlo Night, sponsored and hosted by students in the Residential Community Association. Casino gaming tables with Wright State Fun Money, plenty of hot and cold hors d'oeuvres, and great music are all included in the festivities. Cost is only $5 per ticket, per person. Students, parents, family members, siblings, and friends are all invited to attend. Wright State students also need to purchase a ticket for this event.
Check in and receive last-minute updates. Wright State students may check in for their parents and other guests by showing their Wright1 Card. Check in will also be available during the morning of Saturday, January 26.
The story of a student's ride from controversy to advocacy.
Erin Davies was victim to a hate crime in Albany, New York. Because of a rainbow sticker on her VW Beetle, Davies' car was vandalized, left with the words "fag" and "u r gay" place on the driver's side and hood of her car. Despite initial shock and embarrassment, Erin decided to embrace what happened by leaving the graffiti on her car. She took her car, now known worldwide as the "Fagbug," on a 58-day trip around the United States and Canada.
Check out the car. See what happened. Meet Davies. Hear her story.
The Division of Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement presents Fall Semester Listening Sessions. We want to hear your thoughts and suggestions regarding diversity and collaborating with the community. Light refreshments will be served. Located in 060 University Hall for October 30 and 056 University Hall for October 31. Wright State students only please.
Dr. Kimberly Barrett, Vice President for Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement