All University College students with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher must enter a major within a degree-granting college by the time they have earned 60 credit hours (90 credit hours for students who entered Wright State University as transfer students), or they will be converted to non-degree status. Non-degree students are ineligible for financial aid, veteran's education benefits, and intercollegiate athletics.

Still Deciding on a Major?

Some majors require that students select specific General Education courses, while others allow choices. Substitutions for certain General Education courses may also be required for some majors. Students who are still exploring majors should follow the first-year schedule identified by the AATS advisor and work closely with the advisor to identify a major. Undecided/exploratory students should contact Career Services  for additional assistance.

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