At least 1,500 residential students moving into Wright State for fall semester

FAIRBORN — New and returning students will be returning to Wright State University’s main Dayton Campus for its fall semester during, “Operation Move-in,” between August 17 and August 20th, according to a press release.

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Students who will be living in residence halls are allowed to move in Wednesday and Thursday, August 17-18, while apartment residents will be allowed to move in on Saturday, August 20.

“We are going to use the same process that we did last year,” said Jennifer Attenwiler, associated director of Residence Life and Housing.

Students and their families should arrive during their scheduled time on campus in Lot 4, where Residence Life and Housing staff will check them in, the school said.

After students are checked in, volunteers will be on hand to assist with navigating traffic and parking.

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Students, staff, and faculty volunteers will also be available to help students move their belongings into dorm rooms and apartments, according to the release.

More students plan to live in residential housing this year, with 665 in campus apartments and over 900 moving into residence halls, Attenwiler said.

The first day of classes at Wright State will be Monday, August 22.

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