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Welcome to the Transfer Student Center
Come See Us!
Come See Us!
We would love to meet you! With a visit, you can talk to an advisor at the Transfer Student Resource Center and/or the college or department of your major. Explore the campus and find out what it's like to be a Raider.
Meet Other Transfer Students
Meet Other Transfer Students
Meet with the Transfer Student Resource Center
When you schedule an appointment with the Transfer Student Resource Center, they will discuss the things that are most important to you:
- Unofficial transfer credit evaluation
- Admission requirements
- Admission process
- General information about Wright State and the transfer process
- Information about services available, such as: housing, financial aid, fees, student activities, child care, and more
Your appointment will be in the Transfer Student Resource Center (E236 Student Union). Please bring an unofficial transcript to your appointment if you would like to discuss how your credits will transfer and apply to your academic program.
Accredited state university with more than 100 undergraduate degree programs and over 50 graduate and professional degree program.
1964. Granted full university status in 1967.
Suburban campus location 12 miles northeast of downtown Dayton, Ohio. The 557 acre campus includes green space, fountains, sculptures, and modern facilities. Nearby are Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, shopping malls, and other retailers and restaurants.
Approximately 20, 000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional program students.
Average Class Size
Wright State students come from every state in the U.S., as well as 67 other countries.
NCAA Division I Horizon League
Near Celina and St. Marys, Ohio, offers associate, pre-baccalaureate, and selected bachelor’s and master’s degree program, as well as an R.N.-B.S.N. completion program and a M.B.A. degree.
Over 190 student and Greek organizations
Applying for Financial Aid
To apply for any federal or state financial aid at Wright State University, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Loans, grants, and Federal Work-Study are considered state or federal aid. To be considered for these types of aid, students must complete the FAFSA. The FAFSA form is available online, or you can pick up a paper copy from your guidance counselor, a public library, or college/university financial aid office after January 1. (Filing the FAFSA online is the quickest and most convenient method.)
The FAFSA can be filed after January 1 by paper application or online at www.fafsa.ed.gov, which is the preferred method for faster processing. Before completing the FAFSA online, you and your parent(s) (for dependent students), must request a PIN online at www.pin.ed.gov. The PIN will serve as the electronic signature for FAFSA filers.
In order to complete the FAFSA, you will need student and parent (or spouse, if you are married) 1040s and W-2s. Many of the questions on the FAFSA will come directly from these forms. However, you should not send copies of these forms to the federal processor.
On the FAFSA, you will also be required to list the colleges and universities that you want to receive your FAFSA results. Wright State's Title IV code for the FAFSA is 003078.
The priority deadline to submit the FAFSA at Wright State is March 1, 2014.
Loans are a type of financial aid that must be repaid with interest. Student loans (Stafford, Perkins) are taken out in the student's name. Parent loans (PLUS) are taken out in the parent's name. Private loans, also called Alternative Loans, are usually taken out in the student's name but should have a credit-worthy co-signer. Contact RaiderConnect at (937) 775-4000 or e-mail email@example.com if you have questions about loans.
Grants are a form of financial aid that is based on need. (Need is determined by filing the FAFSA.) Grants do not need to be paid back. The Office of Financial Aid has information on what grants are available.
Federal Work-Study Program
The Federal Work Study Program enables you to work part time to earn money for school-related expenses. The amount of Work-Study money is based on need. (Need is determined by filing the FAFSA.) Contact RaiderConnect at (937) 775-4000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about Federal Work-Study.
Financial Aid Award Notification
When the FAFSA application has been completed and received electronically by Wright State, students will be notified through their Wright State student e-mail address. If there are any additional financial aid requirements, students will be notified in the e-mail to access their financial aid account in WINGS Express to complete these requirements.
If you have specific questions about Financial Aid, please contact Raider Connect at (937) 775-4000.
Clark State Gateway Program
Wright State University and Clark State Community College have partnered to provide students a unique environment through the Gateway Program. Students enrolled in this program will receive support from both schools to ensure a seamless transition from Clark State to Wright State. In addition to joint advising, students in the Gateway Program will be provided the opportunity to use Wright State facilities.
Sinclair Double Degree Program
The Sinclair—Wright State University Double Degree program allows you to seamlessly move into a Wright State program after earning an associate degree at Sinclair.
Because you know that a college degree is the best preparation for your future, you’ve started your educational pursuit at Sinclair Community College. Continue your journey at Wright State University.
Are you a Lake Campus student planning to complete a bachelor’s degree at the Dayton Campus? Though it may be intimidating, it is actually easier than you may think to make the transition.
You may consider yourself a “transfer” student; however, you do not need to submit a college transcript because we are all Wright State. For this reason, we refer to students like you as “transition” students.