One of the things that matter most to us at Wright State University is keeping a quality education affordable for you and your family. That’s why our tuition is among the lowest in Ohio for four-year universities.
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The Wright Guarantee Tuition Program guarantees the same annual cost of in-state tuition, housing rates and meal plans over a four-year college career for new incoming, degree-seeking undergraduate students starting in Fall 18 or Spring 19. For non-Ohio resident students, the out-of-state tuition is not guaranteed.
(Living on Campus)
|Undergraduate Tuition (11–18 hours)*||$4,627||$4,627||$9,199|
|Undergraduate Tuition (1–10.5 hours)||$417/hour||$417/hour||$838/hour|
|Campus Housing (Woods Double)***||N/A||$2,816||$2,816|
|Meals (Raider 200 Meal Plan)****||N/A||$1,830||$1,830|
|Books and supplies*****||$780||$780||$780|
|Total for 1 semester||$5,407||$10,516||$15,088|
|Total for 2 semesters (fall and spring)||$10,814||$21,032||$30,176|
Undergraduate Non Guarantee Tuition (attended prior to Summer 2018)*
|Rates||Ohio Resident***||Non-Ohio Resident****|
|Undergraduate Tuition (11–18 hours)**||$4,365||$8,937|
|Undergraduate Tuition (1–10.5 hours)||$394/hour||$815/hour|
*Must attend at least one semester each academic year
**Per hour rates will be applied to each credit hour in excess of 18
***Future in-state tuition rates are determined by the Ohio General Assembly and the Wright State University Board of Trustees
****Non-Ohio resident portion of tuition ($4,572 or $421/hour) is determined annually by the Wright State University Board of Trustees
|Rates||Ohio Resident**||Non-Ohio Resident**|
|Graduate Tuition (11–18 hours)*||$7,149||$12,143|
|Graduate Tuition (1–10.5 hours)||$660/hour||$1,125/hour|
|School of Professional Psychology/
Doctor of Nursing Practice Tuition (11–18 hours)*
|School of Professional Psychology/
Doctor of Nursing Practice Tuition (1–10.5 hours)
|Boonshoft School of Medicine Tuition (11 or more hours)||$17,447||$26,177|
* Per hour rates will be applied to each credit hour in excess of 18
** Rates determined annually by the Wright State University Board of Trustees.
We offer a variety of financial aid packages to reduce your out-of-pocket costs. On average, nearly 70 percent of all Wright State students are awarded some form of financial aid.
We have numerous scholarship opportunities for first-year students, with awards ranging from $500 to $20,000. Last year alone, we offered more than $27 million in student scholarships.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year so you are eligible for the highest possible amount of financial aid.
- The FAFSA is available now. File by January 8, 2019, for priority aid consideration.
- Visit fsaid.ed.gov to get your FSA ID to file.
- Wright State University’s FAFSA Code is 003078.
It’s easy to apply for scholarships at Wright State.
Academic Performance Scholarships are granted to eligible students at the time of admission to the university. Students must be admitted to the university by February 1, 2018, to qualify for these scholarships.
Students can submit ONE common application to apply for multiple donor-based scholarships funded through the Wright State University Foundation. The application will allow the university to automatically match students with any scholarships for which they are eligible. Final awards will be determined by various scholarship committees. Complete the Wright State Common Scholarship Application by January 8, 2018.
Learn more about financial aid options.
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