Do you know a high school student who is starting the college search process? Share your stories about Wright State and encourage them to schedule a campus visit. They will learn about academics, campus life, scholarships, the admissions process, and much more.
Interested in becoming more involved in the recruitment process? Become a RaidR (Raider Recruiter) volunteer: volunteer with the Office of Admissions or lend a hand at Raider Open Houses, write to our prospective students, and much more.
RaidRs stands for Raider Recruiters. The Raider Network members are alumni who represent Wright State University for in a host of outreach activities.
Our RaidR Network is everywhere, including many places that our faculty and staff cannot be. Through this network, we hope to use the presence and involvement of our alumni to reach schools, neighborhoods, and communities, and especially those underserved by traditional educational resources.
- Volunteer with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions
- Attend local and regional college fairs
- Write prospective students
- Volunteer at Raider Open House
- Serving on panels for prospective students
- Attending/hosting Senior Send-off
Refer a student
Referring a future Raider is a great way to support your alma mater and give back to Wright State.
Submit a referral and you can help connect a prospective student to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Alumni Postcard Project
Personal contact with admitted Wright State students is an integral component of student recruitment efforts. The purpose of the postcard project is to make contact and congratulate them on being admitted to Wright State University, but also to share with them what a great experience you had as a Raider on campus. Most students are exploring other universities as well, and a postcard from a wonderful Wright State alumna/us can make all the difference in the world.
Last year, more than 100 alumni volunteered by writing more than 1,000 postcards to newly admitted students!