The Enrollment Advisor is available to meet with prospective students who are interested in attending Wright State University Lake Campus. To learn more about applying please visit the Lake Campus Admissions webpage, or set up an appointment by calling 419-586-0300.
Enrollment Services is a location where students can:
Financial aid provides students with scholarships, grants, and/or loans for those who apply and meet certain requirements.
Loans are a type of aid that, unlike scholarships and grants, must be repaid by the borrower. Students may be offered Federal Stafford loans, a Federal Perkins Loan, or may be interested in applying for an alternate (private) loan. Parents of undergraduate students can also apply for Parent PLUS loans. Further requirements must be completed after accepting any type of loan. Please check your Financial Aid requirements for instructions.
For more information on these and other types of aid, and on financial aid in general, please visit Raider Connect’s Loans, Scholarships & Grants webpage.
Scholarships are available to Lake Campus students in two different capacities. You may be eligible for both Wright State University's undergraduate scholarships and our own Lake Campus WOEF Scholarships.
Students may add or drop a class online through WINGS Express during certain periods of the term. If a class is not officially dropped, a grade will be recorded for the class and the student is charged for the class. A student cannot add a class simply by attending it nor can a student drop a class by not attending. Students must use the Registration Activity Form after certain dates to add or drop classes. Please check the academic calendar for official add and drop dates and refund percentages.
Transcripts can be requested online through WINGS Express, mail or fax, or in person. Pick-up is available only at the Dayton Campus. A $6 fee applies to each transcript. For more information about transcripts and to access the paper request form please visit the Classes & Grades-Transcripts webpage.
There are several ways to qualify for Ohio Residency in order to receive in-state tuition at Wright State University. One of these is the Indiana Tuition Reciprocity Agreement. This agreement is in effect July 1 2013-June 30, 2014 and may be renewed. Residents of 21 Indiana counties may be eligible for in-state tuition. To request in-state tuition, please fill out the Request for In-state Tuition Status for Indiana Residents Form. To learn of the other ways to qualify for in-state tuition please visit the Classes & Grades-Policies webpage. If you have additional questions or need more information please contact Enrollment Services or Raider Connect.
Additional information on these and other Registrar services and policies can be obtained on Raider Connect’s Classes & Grades webpage.
Bursar - Student Accounts & Bills
The Bursar has responsibility for receipting all student and other university moneys, to include the administration and collection of institutional and federal loan programs. In addition, treasury services, tax compliance, and auxiliary services (vending and Wright1 card) also report to this department.
Lake Campus Enrollment Services