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According to a campus life communications email sent on Mar. 20, the Wright State University Foundation has enacted the Wright State Student Emergency Relief Campaign.
The campaign is dedicated to coming to the aid of students during the coronavirus pandemic.
The campaign will include emergency relief-related funds that will benefit students impacted with obstacles pertaining to food, housing, lost wages, mental health as well as financial and educational challenges.
Funds supported by the campaign
Deedrick Student Support Fund to assist students with emergency needs. This will focus on the areas of greatest need.
Counseling and Wellness Services Fund in support of counseling programs and the purchase of supplies and technology.
Raider Food Pantry Fund to provide groceries for students and community members in need.
Remote Learning Support Fund to assist with equipment and software costs for students with limited digital accessibility.
Student Employment Relief Fund in support of student employees impacted by the change to remote learning.
Information on how students can apply for assistance will be announced in the future.
Click the link here to donate and learn more.
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