Other Admission and Enrollment Categories
Nondegree Undergraduate Students
Students who wish to take courses at Wright State but do not intend to work toward a degree at this time can register as nondegree students. Students may take as many courses as they like, as long as they meet the requirements for each course. To be eligible to register as nondegree students, they must have graduated from an accredited high school or passed a high school equivalency test (GED).
To apply, students need only fill out a simple application/registration form and pay a one-time $10 registration fee. Later, if they decide to enter a degree program, they can file their credentials. Nondegree work normally can be applied toward a degree program.
Nondegree students may receive academic advising from University College and may participate in any of the services of the division, including tutoring and developmental education courses.
Teacher Certification/Licensure Candidates
College graduates who wish to become licensed teachers must apply for admission, file all the necessary credentials, pay the application fee, and complete the degree-seeking college admissions process as described previously.
Undergraduate students and students who receive degrees from other colleges within the university may also obtain teaching licenses upon completion of all the requirements of the College of Education and Human Services.
High School Students
High school students may, in some circumstances, take courses at Wright State while still enrolled in high school. For specific information about the program, contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions .