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Living on Campus
Wright State University offers a variety of campus housing options. There are seven residential communities: Hamilton Hall, a traditional residential community offering special emphasis on academic success and support; the Woods, suite-style residence halls; Forest Lane, University Park, and College Park, apartment living for upper-level students; Honors Community, for Honors Program and scholarship students; the Village, apartment housing for nontraditional students, students in an exclusive relationship, students with dependents, graduate and professional students, and juniors/seniors. All campus housing facilities are smoke-free. Over 60 percent of the incoming first-year class chooses to live on campus each year.
Residence Services actively pursues the mission of Wright State University. Academic and social resources are readily available to resident students. Living on campus provides opportunities and challenges that foster personal growth and learning. Residents in campus housing share a special environment of living and learning. Current residents have priority in signing up for individual spaces for the upcoming year. Newly admitted and continuing non-resident students can apply on-line or request an application at Residence Services. Assignments for new students and continuing nonresidents are made after returning residents have completed a sign-up process. A prepayment of $150 is required of all residents to confirm a space in campus housing.
For additional information concerning campus housing, visit the Office of Residence Services in the Community Building, view our website, or call 937-775-4172 or toll free 1-866-978-4663.
Living off Campus
A wide variety of off-campus housing is available close to campus and in the Dayton metropolitan area. The prices vary as greatly as the variety of options.
A list of registered off-campus housing units available to rent is maintained by the Office of Student Support Services located at 022 Student Union. There are also lists maintained of students who are available as roommates or who are seeking roommates. Mediation of tenant/landlord conflicts is available if the landlord is registered with the Office of Student Support Services. The lists are available from the Off-Campus Housing Information Board across from the Rathskeller, 008 in the Student Union. Mediation can be requested by contacting the Office of Student Support Services at (937) 775-3749.