Office of Diversity Initiatives

Here, you can navigate Lake (and some Dayton) campus resources for specific needs and follow diversity-related events on campus.

For additional assistance please feel free to contact our office at 419-586-0370 or email Lucy Flowers, Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives at lucy.flowers@wright.edu.

Office Of Diversity Initiatives Mission Statement

The mission of the Wright State University Lake Campus Office of Diversity Initiatives is to:

  • foster a welcoming, inclusive campus culture
  • increase college access and provide wrap-around support for underserved and/or underrepresented students
  • enhance community relationships by fostering learning and engagement around issues of race, culture, and identity

Events

All upcoming events can be seen on the university calendar

 

Wright State Diversity Statement

Wright State University celebrates diversity. Our daily life is made rich by the diversity of individuals, groups, and cultures. Respect, tolerance, and goodwill are the keystones to enjoying the diversity of our world. Each member of humanity has a potential contribution to make to the whole. It is our duty to encourage and promote that contribution.

Wright State University is committed to achieving an intellectual, cultural, and social environment on campus in which all are free to make their contribution. We will achieve an environment in which every student may think, learn, and grow without prejudice, without intimidation, and without discrimination.

Wright State University promotes the acceptance and appreciation of every individual regardless of race, gender, age, ethnicity, ability or disability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, religious affiliation, or national origin.

Excerpted from Diversity Statement as listed in student handbook. Adopted by Wright State University Board of Trustees, March 28, 1991.

Resources

The Office of Diversity Initiatives can help connect you to any Lake Campus resource listed below. In addition, we offer the Connect2Complete (C2C) program that consists of Peer Advocates (PAs) who provide wrap-around non-academic support for Pell-eligible, first-generation, and/or first-year college students through campus and community resource referrals and connections. To learn more about the C2C program and their PAs, visit the C2C webpage.

Lake Campus Student Resources

Dayton Campus Resources

Cultural Centers

Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

Scholarship Opportunity

Parents, Families, Friends & Allies United with LGBT People (PFLAG) - Dayton Chapter is proud to award scholarships each year. One of the scholarship winners for 2017 is Lake Campus Student is Amber Philips. Congrats Amber!

Contact Information

Wright State University - Lake Campus
Office of Diversity Initiatives, 122 Trenary Hall
7600 Lake Campus Dr.
Celina, OH 45822

Webpage Picture.jpgLucy Flowers, M.A.
Coordinator, Diversity Initiatives
Site Mentor, Connect2Complete
Office: 122 Trenary Hall
Phone: 419-586-0370
Fax: 419-586-0340
Email: lucy.flowers@wright.edu
 

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Heather Dorsten, B.S.Ed.
Connect2Complete AmeriCorps VISTA
Office: 189D Andrews
Phone: 419-586-0818
Fax: 419-586-0358
Email: heather.dorsten@wright.edu