Are you ready to take the next step and become a Crime & Justice Studies major?
If you're a current Wright State University student, skip to Step Three.
If you're a transfer student (either with an associate's degree or transferring any credit from another university or college) or you are a first time freshman, you must first be admitted to Wright State University. Go to Undergraduate Admissions, either online or visit them in the Student Union. Keep in mind, it may take up to three weeks to process your application once every item is complete.
If you are returning to Wright State University, but have not attended for a year or longer, you must re-apply as a returning student. Do not apply online, or you will be charged the application fee again.
After you receive your acceptance letter from the Office of Admissions, you may initially be a student under University College. Visit them online or in person at 180 University Hall. The University College advisors will help you with any placement testing that may be required, plus help you register for classes. If you're a transfer student who has already met the minimum requirements, you will be directly admitted into the College of Liberal Arts.
Once you've met the minimum requirements to be admitted to the Crime & Justice Studies program, your file will automatically be sent to the College of Liberal Arts Dean’s Office of Academic Affairs. For the current minimum requirements, visit advising. Once the Liberal Arts advisors evaluate your transfer credit, they will forward your file to the program. You will receive a welcome letter from the program at that time which lists your Crime & Justice Studies Faculty advisor; however, feel free to call us at any time with questions!