The Wright Path Program is designed for students entering Sinclair with the intention of obtaining a bachelor’s degree at Wright State upon completion of their program of study at Sinclair. The program of study at Sinclair may range from completion of general education requirements to the completion of an associate’s degree, depending upon the student’s interests and area of study.
For admission to Wright State through the Wright Path Program, a student should indicate their interest in being part of the program when they apply to Sinclair. Students may apply for housing at Wright State while enrolled at Sinclair, and should indicate their intention when filling out the FAFSA. If desired, apply online for Wright State on-campus housing at: www.wright.edu/housing A January FAFSA application for a fall admission is optimal.
Include Sinclair's institution code (003119) on the FAFSA.
Visit the Cost Estimator to calculate estimated expenses for enrollment in the Wright Path Program.
Students should apply to Sinclair Community College following Sinclair’s standard admission requirements and procedures. Visit Sinclair's New Student Enrollment Center, Building 10, Room 10-444, or call
(937) 512-3334. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Locate a Wright State Transfer Advisor in Wright State’s Transfer Student Resource Center on the second floor of the Student Union, and/or on their posted visits to Sinclair’s Academic Advising Center. The advisor will take you step-by-step through admissions requirements, unofficial transfer credit evaluation; degree program options, transfer credit equivalencies, information about tuition, fees, financial aid, and more.