Raider Open House

Join us for Raider Open House on Friday, June 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Explore our campus and academic programs. Reserve your spot today!

Undergraduate Admissions

Statement of intent deadline extended to June 1

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Confirm Your Spot in the Class of 2025

We’re excited to welcome you to the Raider community! Let us know you plan to attend Wright State this fall by completing your Statement of Intent. We’ve extended our deadline to June 1.

Right now is the time to take your next step to becoming a Raider. Use these three easy steps to confirm your spot in the Class of 2025. No deposit required.

  1. Revisit your Admissions Portal
  2. Select Statement of Intent under Next Steps
  3. Click Accept

If you do not remember your Admissions Portal password, visit the Admissions Portal and click the Forgot Your Password link. Enter your username, then click Submit. You will receive an email with a link to create your password.

If you need assistance, please email or call us at 937-775-5700.

Admitted Student Presentation

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Congratulations! You're now an Official Raider. Join us for a 45-minute online presentation about being a Wright State student.

During the presentation, you will:

  • Receive important information about orientation, financial aid, and placement testing.
  • Learn about campus life and how to get involved.
  • Discover campus housing options.

To register, select a date below and complete the online registration form.

*All presentations begin at 4 p.m.

Now that you have been admitted, here are a few things you can do that will help you get started on your path to becoming an Official Raider.

Other items you can check off your to-do list:

Share your news! Download your acceptance kit!

Tell your friends and family you are now an #OfficialRaider

Download social media images to share your #OfficialRaider status: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram


All business

Wright State senior Jugad Mattu’s interest in international business takes her through some surprising turns

“What brought me to Wright State was the affordable tuition, but what made me stay was the people. I have developed meaningful relationships with faculty and have met some of the most intelligent and well-meaning professors. Whenever I have felt unsure about myself or my future, my school has always been behind me. My professors have pushed me to be my best and they’ve always made sure that I’m the most successful I can be.”

Jugad Mattu '20
Beavercreek, Ohio

Students in action

Emerging Choreographers Concert will feature innovative works on video by Wright State dance majors
Jazline Gomez, a 23-year-old Wright State University psychology major, is the owner/operator of Pepe’s Mexican Flavors.
Loudon Love, a 6-foot-8 senior center and Horizon League Player of the Year, set the Wright State career rebounding record this season.

Have questions? We are here to help!