Undergraduate and graduate students (first-year, continuing, and transfer) can search for multiple donor-based scholarships funded through the Wright State University Foundation and also scholarships funded by the University.
The 2015-2016 Wright State University Online Scholarship Application deadline is Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST). (Deadline has passed)
More than 500 donor-based scholarship opportunities!
Search our scholarship database to see what is available to you!
In order to access the scholarship application you must have applied to Wright State University to receive your login credentials from the Office of Admissions. Login credentials needed for the Wright State University Scholarship Application: University ID (UID) and Self Service PIN.
If you have forgotten or don’t know your PIN that is used with the UID, please go to http://wingsexpress.wright.edu. Then, enter your UID and click the "Forgot PIN?" button. Follow the instructions on the screen to reset your PIN. If you need further assistance with your UID and/or PIN, please contact the CaTS Help Desk at (937) 775-4827, or toll free at 1-888-775-4827.
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(There may be other department/division scholarship options not yet associated with this application, so check with the chair or program director in your department for any other options).
Wright State University students can also access their online scholarship application via WINGS Express.
Students are required to submit an application each year to be considered for scholarships.
(The Boonshoft School of Medicine Scholarship application will be available in March 2015)
Merit-Based Scholarships: Students are eligible based on their academic achievements, extra-curricular activities, leadership roles, and community service.
Need-Based Scholarships: Students are eligible based on demonstrated financial need. You will need to file a FAFSA each year to determine financial need. Extra-curricular activities, leadership roles, and community service may also be considered.
Scholarships are also available that are not based on merit or need. These scholarships are based on where you live, where you went to high school, organizational membership, family connections, your life before/during attending college, career goals, academic goals, and many other personal circumstances.