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Wright Guarantee 2023–24 Tuition, Housing, and Meal Plans

The Wright Guarantee Tuition ProgramThe Wright Guarantee 2023–24 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 2023 or Spring 2024. For non-Ohio resident students, the out-of-state tuition is not guaranteed.

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Wright Guarantee 2023–24 Estimated Total Costs

Rates Ohio Resident
(Commuting)
Ohio Resident
(Living on Campus)
Non-Ohio Resident1
Undergraduate Tuition (11–18 hours)2 $5,569 $5,569 $10,419
Undergraduate Tuition (1–10.5 hours) $501/hour $501/hour $948/hour
Campus Housing (Woods Double)3 N/A $2,478 $2,478
Meals (Gold Campus Dining)4 N/A $2,000 $2,000
Activity/Communications/Hospitality Fees N/A $463 $463
Books and supplies5 $700 $700 $700
Total for one semester $6,269 $11,210 $16,098
Total for two semesters (fall and spring) $12,538 $22,420 $32,196

1Non-Ohio resident portion of tuition ($4,850 or $447/hour) is not guaranteed.
2Per hour rates will be applied to each billable credit hour in excess of 18. Courses dropped after the 100% refund period are not deducted from the billable hours.
3Cost reflects double occupancy for a Woods room. Learn more about the cost of Dayton Campus housing.
4Default meal plan for residential dormitory students. Learn more about the cost of meal plans.
5Estimate only—not guaranteed
Costs do not include course or program fees


Wright Guarantee 2023–24 Tuition Costs (Per Semester)

Rates Ohio Resident Non-Ohio Resident1
Undergraduate Tuition (11–18 hours)2 $5,569 $10,419
Undergraduate Tuition (1–10.5 hours) $501/hour $948/hour

1Non-Ohio resident portion of tuition ($4,850 or $447/hour) is not guaranteed.
2Per hour rates will be applied to each billable credit hour in excess of 18. Courses dropped after the 100% refund period are not deducted from the billable hours.

Visit our financial aid Cost of Attendance page for a list of other estimated indirect costs including books, supplies, personal expenses, transportation, and loan fees that are used to calculate financial aid offers.


Wright Guarantee 2023–24 Housing Costs (Per Semester)

Residence Hall/Apartment Room Type Rate
Hamilton Super Single $2,953
Hamilton Double (first time offering for 2023–24) $2,516
     
Honors Super Single $4,078
Honors Double $2,516
     
Woods Single $3,709
Woods Super Single $4,082
Woods Double $2,516
Woods Double Deluxe $2,953
Woods Triple $2,196
     
Forest Lane Studio $2,615
Forest Lane Small Two Bedroom $2,735
Forest Lane Large Two Bedroom $3,009
     
College Park Quad $2,287
College Park Renovated Quad $3,661
     
University Park Quad $2,287
University Park Double Occupancy Quad: Single $1,830
University Park Double Occupancy Quad: Double $1,333
     
Village Efficiency $2,808
Village Deluxe Efficiency $3,207
Village One Bedroom $3,642
Village Two Bedroom $4,143
Village Two Bedroom Split $2,161

Communications Fee (Per Person): $200
Activity Fee (Per Person): $60

Visit the Residence Life and Housing website to learn more.


Wright Guarantee 2023–24 Dining Plans

Residential Dining Plan Options

Name Dining Dollars1
(Roll over from fall to spring semester)
Price/Semester2
Platinum Campus Dining $2,350 $2,350
Gold Campus Dining $2,000 $2,000
Silver Campus Dining $1,500 $1,500
Bronze Campus Dining $990 $990

Commuter Dining Plan Options

Name Dining Dollars1
(Roll over from fall to spring semester)
Bonus Dollars1
(Roll over from fall to spring semester)
Price/Semester2
Wright State Dining Dollars $50 $5 $50
Wright State Dining Dollars $100 $10 $100
Wright State Dining Dollars $250 $25 $250
Wright State Dining Dollars $500 $50 $500

1All dining dollar and bonus dollar balances are forfeited at the end of spring semester each year.
2Price does not include $203 Hospitality/Residential Services Fee

Visit the Dining Services website to learn more.


Tuition and Fees Explanation

Wright State University’s Board of Trustees reviews tuition and fees on an annual basis. Rates are generally approved in the spring for the upcoming Fall Semester.

Wright State University reserves the right to make policy and fee changes. 

Wright State will not defer payment of fees or accept partial payments or postdated checks. Financial accounts are subject to audit at any time throughout a student’s enrollment or academic career.


Inclusive Courseware Fee

Background

In an effort to protect students and insure their best interest, the U.S. Department of Education published new rules (34CFR668.161-167) via the Federal Register on October 30, 2015. The Program Integrity and Improvement rules require Wright State University to provide students the ability to opt out of fees charged to a student’s account that are associated with books and/or online access to course materials.

Inclusive Courseware Fees

Wright State University takes your education seriously. In addition to negotiating substantial discounts, we coordinate with eCampus.com and the publisher to deliver your books and online access to course materials through Pilot, so it is available the first day of class. Learn more about Inclusive Courseware. Opting out of the Inclusive Courseware Fee, and the automatic delivery of the electronic book and/or access to online course materials, will hinder your success in this class and IS NOT recommended.

Completing the Opt-Out Process

You can opt-out online from your Pilot page once your instructor opens the class normally the first day of class. You can drop the Inclusive Courseware during the 100% refund period for that particular class. Go to the academic calendar to confirm dates.

Opting out must be done online in Pilot by the end of the 100 percent tuition refund period to be considered for removal of the Inclusive Courseware Fee from the student account. Review the academic calendar for important semester specific dates, deadlines, and refund period information.