Wright State University closes housing to prevent spread of COVID-19

Wright State joins many other universities in undergoing  changes such as closing housing in response the coronavirus pandemic spreading across the world.

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Effective Friday at 5 p.m. all housing located on the Dayton Campus and Lake Campus will close, according to a release from Wright State University.

The university says they are conscious and mindful of students who may need to continue living in campus housing. Those students have been directed to fill out special request forms.

In addition to closing student housing, Wright State’s libraries and computer labs will also close starting tomorrow.

Acknowledging that students may need certain technology to continue remote learning, the university says that CaTS will be making laptops available for students.

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