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Eligibility: Junior, Senior, Graduate or professional students, or students with families or partners, or students 23 years of age or older.
Rooms: Efficiency, Deluxe Efficiency, One Bedroom, or Two Bedroom Apartments.
|Room Type||Semester Cost|
Kitchen (with dishwasher, refrigerator, oven/stove and microwave)
Cable, Utilities, and Local Phone Access included High Speed Internet
Picnic Shelter Free Laundry Facilities Locked Hallways
Central Air Conditioning
Although the Dayton metropolitan area offers many different housing options, an apartment in The Village will provide you with a comprehensive set of benefits unavailable elsewhere.
Rental costs for the apartments in The Village are at market value in comparison with apartments in the area surrounding campus and are lower than rental costs for newer apartments in the Miami Valley Region. No security deposit is required. Nor is a cosigner. Each of the apartments features wall-to-wall carpeting, window coverings, an oven/stove, microwave, and full sized refrigerator. Also, each room is equipped with an Ethernet hook-up for students to connect to Wright State University's Local Access Network from their rooms.
Since the apartments are adjacent to campus, you will save time and money getting to and from class. In addition, The Village residents may take advantage of the many services and facilities available on the campus, including the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library, the Student Union, Dining Services, the Nutter Center, and the Creative Arts Center.
The Village is just minutes away from downtown Dayton, downtown Fairborn, and a wide variety of shopping centers and restaurants. The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) operates bus service to campus with connections to a large service area. The Village's resident staff helps make living on campus a fulfilling and important part of the university experience. They are available to provide referrals to campus and university support services, respond to emergencies, and assist in planning community activities.