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Undergraduate Tuition


Tuition cost for the Lake Campus is among the lowest in the state! As a regional campus of Wright State University, we work diligently to keep our university accessible and affordable.

You can find more information about the Lake Campus tuition rates at our Costs & Fees page.

2013-2014 Tuition

Full-Time Student

Ohio Resident Tuition $2,864/semester
  $5,740/year
   
Non-Resident Tuition $6,872/semester
  $13,744/year

Part-Time Student

Resident Tuition $260/Per Hour
Nonresident Tuition $628/Per Hour

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Indiana Tuition Reciprocity Information


Under this agreement, Wright State University agrees to accept at Ohio resident tuition rates, any resident of the following counties of Indiana who enrolls and who satisfies all regular admission requirements (including those requirements of the specific course or program in which admission is sought).

This agreement is in effect July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013 and may be renewed. Students who qualify for in-state tuition under this reciprocity agreement who remain actively enrolled at Wright State while completing their academic program will continue at the in-state tuition rate, even if the agreement expires.

To be considered for the in-state tuition rate, an Indiana student must:

  • Be a legal resident of one of the counties listed below.
  • Satisfy admission requirements and be officially admitted to Wright State University
  • Complete the application form and submit it to the Office of the Registrar at Wright State
  • Provide any requested documentation to help prove IN resident status
  • Be approved for in-state tuition before the first day of the term of application. Late applications will be considered for future semesters.


Participating Indiana Counties:

Adams Jefferson
Allen Jennings
Blackford Ohio
Clark Randolph
Dearborn Ripley
Decatur Rush
Delaware Scott
Fayette Switzerland
Floyd Union
Franklin Washington
Harrison Wayne
Henry Wells
Jay

 

 

Scholarship Opportunities


Lake Campus students get to take advantage of a unique situation for scholarships.  Lake Campus students are eligible for both Wright State University Academic Performance Scholarships along with our own Lake Campus Scholarships.

Academic Performance Scholarships – based on high school GPA, class rank, ACT or SAT scores; these are awarded from the admission applications received by March 1.  You do not need to complete an additional application.

More information about Academic Performance Scholarships can be found here.

Lake Campus Scholarships – The Western Ohio Educational Foundation (WOEF) Board has been committed to the success of the Lake Campus and its students for over three decades and demonstrates this commitment through vast scholarship offerings.  WOEF scholarships are available for undergraduate, new, current, returning and transfer students who attend the Lake Campus.  These scholarships range from a couple hundred dollars in book scholarships to full-tuition.  Requirements for the scholarships vary, but you only have to fill out one application. The scholarship packets are available in December, and are due February 15.  Please go to www.wright.edu/lake//scholarships for more information on Lake Campus Scholarships.

FREE scholarship search engines to help find a scholarship just for you, including:

Don't forget to check with your guidance office for local scholarships, too!

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Financial Aid


Wright State works with you to secure the financial resources needed to make education affordable.  WSU offers grants, loans, and Federal Work-Study Program opportunities through federal, state, university, and private sources.

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available online at fafsa.ed.gov, after January 1.  To get started, go to pin.ed.gov to request a PIN number.  Wright State's Title IV school code is 003078.

The priority deadline to apply for financial aid is March 1.

For more information on financial aid please visit www.wright.edu/finaid.

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