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Miscellaneous Scholarships

Award Amount
Type I scholarships (Full tuition and fees, plus $900/year for books and monthly stipend). In many cases, the scholarship can activate during the same term as the nomination.
Eligibility Criteria

Be a U.S. citizen by the end of the projected term of activation, pass the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT), meet Air Force ROTC weight and body fat standards, pass the Air Force ROTC Physical Fitness Test, have a minimum 2.5 cumulative college GPA, pass a Medical Physical Exam, and be 17-30 years old. Must be majoring in an Air Force critically needed skill area such as Nursing, Engineering, or Foreign Language. See AFROTC website for more detailed requirements.

How to Apply

Applications are processed and approved at the detachment level. Contact the Wright State University AFROTC Detachment 643 at (937) 775-2730.

Additional Information

The Express Scholarship program is operated on a fully qualified basis. Those who meet the qualifications are awarded the scholarship and do not meet a selection board.

Award Amount
Freshmen are awarded 3-year scholarships. Sophomores are awarded 2-year scholarships. Type II ($18,000/year for tuition and fees, plus $900/year for books and monthly stipend) and Type III scholarships (capped at $9,000/year for tuition and fees and $900/year for books). All scholarships activate the following Fall semester.
Eligibility Criteria

Be a U.S. citizen by the end of the projected term, pass the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT), meet Air Force ROTC weight and body fat standards, pass the Air Force ROTC Physical Fitness Test, have a minimum 2.5 cumulative college GPA, pass a Medical Physical Exam, and be 17-30 years old. See AFROTC website for more detailed requirements.

How to Apply

All application materials will be completed at the Air Force ROTC detachment serving your school. Students are nominated by the Department Commander based on leadership ability, GPA, fitness, and extracurricular participation. Contact the Wright State University AFROTC Detachment 643 at (937) 775-2730.

Award Amount
Amounts vary from in-state tuition up to tuition and fees, plus $900/year for books and monthly stipend.
Eligibility Criteria

Must have minimum SAT composite of 1100 (Math and Verbal only) or ACT composite of 24, a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have a class ranking in the top 40%. Offers are made to high school senior and graduates who have not had any full-time college experience. Must be a U.S. citizen or be able to attain citizenship within one year. See AFROTC website for more detailed requirements.

Deadline Date
December 1 of your senior year of high school
How to Apply

See AFROTC website for online application.

Award Amount
Amounts vary from $250 to $500
Eligibility Criteria

Vary by scholarship

How to Apply

See website for scholarship information, application instructions, and deadline dates

Award Amount
Amount varies from $500 to $1,500
Eligibility Criteria

Must be a resident of Centerville, Ohio; be an undergraduate sophomore, junior or senior at Wright State University; have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; be intending to enroll as a full-time student.

Renewable?
Yes; Scholarships can be renewed, but you must reapply annually. Past recipients are encouraged to reapply.
Deadline Date
April 15, 2014
How to Apply

Complete the application below and return to Raider Connect.

Application
Additional Information

All eligible applicants will be considered.

Award Amount
Awards vary from $1,500 to $4,700
Eligibility Criteria

Available to current WSU undergraduate students, admitted transfer students, and admitted high school seniors who are Ohio residents pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or Medicine (STEMM); 3.0 GPA or above.

Students direct from high school must have successfully completed the Ohio college-preparatory curriculum; and have a minimum Math ACT score of 27 or Math SAT score of 620.

Renewable?
Yes; as funds are available from the State of Ohio
Deadline Date
February 18 (prior to the start of the academic year)
How to Apply

Select the appropriate category below for scholarship application information.

Additional Information

Graduate Students can also apply.

Award Amount
One award of $2,000 made annually
Eligibility Criteria

Must be a US Citizen and resident of Ohio; have completed one year at WSU in one of the following disciplines: a STEM major in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, or the College of Science and Math, or an ISOM major in the Raj Soin College of Business; be a current full-time student at Wright State University; have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. First preference is given to DaytonDefense members in good standing, or a member’s spouse or child(ren) at the time of scholarship application and award.

Renewable?
Yes
Deadline Date
February 18 (prior to the start of the academic year)
How to Apply

Complete Wright State University Online Scholarship Application.

Additional Information

All eligible applicants will be considered.

Award Amount
$2,000 (highest score in each county will be upgraded to the value of in-state tuition)
Eligibility Criteria

Must take the GED exam at one of the participating test centers in Greene, Montgomery, or Clark County and score an average of 650 or above.

Renewable?
Yes; for four years
How to Apply

Apply for Undergraduate Admission. The Greene County test center will report results to WSU. Students who take the exam in Clark County or Montgomery County must provide Raider Connect with a copy of the test results.

Award Amount
$1,500
Eligibility Criteria

Available to students who are an employee of a current client of HORAN, or the spouse or dependent of an employee of a current client of HORAN; and enrolled as a full-time student at Wright State University, having completed at least one semester; and have a minimum 3.0 GPA; and have high financial need.

Renewable?
No
Deadline Date
April 4, 2014
How to Apply

Complete the application below and return to Wright State University Foundation, Office of Donor Relations, Attn: HORAN Scholarship, Foundation Building, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435. 

Application
Additional Information

Contact the Office of Donor Relations at 937.775.3327 with questions.

Award Amount
Amount varies
Eligibility Criteria

Be a Wright State continuing student or transfer student with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or be an incoming student with a cumulative High School GPA of 2.5.

Renewable?
Yes; for four years
Deadline Date
February 18 (prior to the start of the academic year)
How to Apply

Apply for Undergraduate Admission by deadline date; complete Wright State University Online Scholarship Application.

Application
The scholarship application deadline has passed
Award Amount
Amount varies
Eligibility Criteria

There are numerous scholarships available to students who meet scholarship criterion.

How to Apply

See website for scholarship information, application instructions, and deadline dates

Award Amount
Vary by scholarship
Eligibility Criteria

Vary by scholarship

How to Apply

See website for scholarship information, application instructions, and deadline dates

Award Amount
Vary by scholarship
Eligibility Criteria

Vary by scholarship

How to Apply

See the Women's Center website for scholarship information, application instructions and deadline dates.

Award Amount
Amount varies
Eligibility Criteria

All non-traditional undergraduate female students continuing or transferring to WSU are encouraged to apply.  Preference will be given to applicants who fit the following: age 25 or above or younger with extenuating circumstances; be enrolled at least part-time; be a continuing or transferring undergraduate female student and have a documented 3.0 cumulative grade point average.

How to Apply

See the Women's Center website for scholarship information, application instructions and deadline dates.

Eligibility Criteria

Undergraduate students with a 3.25 or better GPA (3.0 or better with strong recommendations) who are U.S. Citizens (or permanent residents) and pursuing an undergraduate degree in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine) fields.

Renewable?
Yes; see scholarship website for details
Deadline Date
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.
How to Apply

See the scholarship website for award information and application process.

Additional Information

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is instituting a unique Academic Leadership Pipeline Scholars (ALPS) program to foster an intense experimental learning experience in residence at the Discovery Lab at Tec^Edge. It's primarily focused on undergraduate students but will consider others on a case by case basis. The goal of the program is to grow the next generation of scientists and engineers and help develop their leadership skills. Selected students will gain valuable educational experiences through research in their chosen field of study within a unique collaborative environment of government, industry, and university. For additional information contact Dr. Rob Williams at robert.williams@wpafb.af.mil or visit the scholarship website.