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Earn your Wright State University degree lakeside!
Nestled on 173 acres on the shores of Grand Lake St. Marys between St. Marys and Celina, Wright State University's Lake Campus offers a variety of associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees. You can also begin many of the Dayton Campus programs at the Lake Campus. Want to live at the lake? This scenic campus now boasts brand new townhouse-style student apartments on campus. Get the full university experience at the Lake Campus!
So many choices!
The Lake Campus offers 13 associate degree programs including specialized options, eight bachelor's degrees, and two master's degrees—including an M.B.A. program.
Want even more variety? You can begin many of the 100+ programs offered at the Dayton Campus at the Lake Campus. Once you're ready, just register for Dayton Campus classes. No transferring required! Easy and seamless, you'll be well on your way to a degree.
Is Wright State's Lake Campus the right fit for you?
Want a smaller, more close knit community for your Wright State education? The Lake Campus is located in a more rural setting, surrounded by the natural beauty of Grand Lake St. Marys and plenty of trees and green space. You'll find a modern campus with recently renovated science labs, caring faculty, and convenient on-campus dining and recreation.
Cost & Fees
You can afford an excellent education!
The Lake Campus boasts tuition and fees that are among the lowest in the state. Additionally, students can apply for scholarships and financial aid from the Dayton Campus and those that are specific to Lake Campus.
Indiana residents: Visit the link below to see if you qualify for in-state tuition.
Living on the Lake
Experience life at the Lake
The Lake Campus now offers student housing! Imagine waking up in your lake-view apartment, taking a leisurely walk to class, and ending the day with your friends and roommates at your home on the lake. Various floor plans are available for these furnished apartments, and students can request roommates.