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Registration is the process of signing up for the classes you wish to take each semester. As a new student, you may register for classes after you have met with your academic advisor. After your first semester, the registration process is essentially your responsibility. However, academic advisors are available to provide assistance along the way.
Registration information, the refund policy, and important deadline dates are available online at http://www.wright.edu/registrar/. Course offerings and class availability can be found by logging onto WINGS at http://wings.wright.edu. Select the WINGS Express link.
60 and Up Enrollment Program for Senior Citizens
On a space-available basis, eligible Ohio residents, age 60 or older, may enroll in university courses on a tuition free basis according to Section 3345.27 of the Ohio Revised Code. Students are responsible for lab fees, books, and any other special fees and must meet course prerequisites or have instructor permission to enroll. 60 and Up registration begins the first day of the term and must be completed in person at the Office of the Registrar, located in E244 Student Union (Student Services Office in Dwyer Hall, Lake Campus). All registration changes (including changes in audit or credit status) must be completed by the 5th business day of a ten week quarter or day two of a short term.
For eligible students who wish to participate on a noncredit (audit) basis, tuition is free. Eligible students who wish to earn academic credit for the tuition-free courses must also demonstrate financial need as stipulated in section 3345.27 Ohio Revised Code (family income less than 200% of the federal poverty guideline). The Federal Poverty Guideline is updated in January of each year. The most current information can be found online at http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/.
Classes are offered on a space available basis, and some workshops/classes are not available through this program. For help with course selection for nondegree students, contact the advising center in University College (937) 775-5750. Degree seeking students must apply for admission through the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Call (937) 775-5700 for admission information. Students who have a bachelor's degree may apply to Graduate School for admission to a graduate program. Call (937) 775-2976 for information. Degree seeking students will be assigned an advisor. Students must meet all admission requirements and have met any required prerequisites.