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Transfer Admissions

Transfer students like you are an integral part of the Wright State community. Whether you're transferring from another college or want to return to complete your degree, there is a path forward to graduation at Wright State. We offer a quality, affordable education, and the support you need to graduate. See why more than 2,000 transfer students chose Wright State.

  • Seamless academic pathways and local community colleges partnerships
  • Special scholarship opportunities for transfer students
  • Academic advisors to assist in reviewing your prior coursework and advising you for classes
  • Real-world work experience and internships as well as opportunities to get involved on campus

Next Steps

Apply for FREE

1

Complete and submit your free admission application.

2

Submit your transcript as early as possible.

  • Submit an official transcript even if your current semester courses are not listed. We can begin posting your credits to your Wright State record.
  • Submit an unofficial transcript to be considered for admission. Credits will not be posted to your record until we receive your official transcript.

How to submit the required documentation

  • Many academic institutions will send official transcripts electronically through a secure server. If an email address is required they can be sent to admissions@wright.edu
  • Mailing address:
    • Wright State University
      Office of Undergraduate Admissions
      3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
      Dayton, OH 45435-0001
    3

    If transferring with fewer than 30 semester hours, submit your high school transcript.

    Once You've Applied

    4

    Log into your application portal frequently to check the status of your application.

    5

    File (or update) your FAFSA at fafsa.gov and fill in Wright State's school code, 003078.

    7

    View the admitted students checklist once you're admitted to Wright State.

    Success Stories

    2006 Wright State graduate Reza Masoudi and his wife, Bahar, saw their dress-making business take off after the exiled empress of Iran wore one of their creations.
    Mass communication student Brody Beaver has enlisted in the Air Force, is in the Ohio Air National Guard, has his private pilot’s license, studies aviation history and takes photos using drones.

    Request Information

    Tell us about who you are, what you are interested in, and which majors you're looking into. We will give you answers, invite you to events, and send you emails with important dates and deadlines.