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The Cost Estimator can provide you with estimated costs per semester based on your answers to the questions below. You will have the opportunity to enter your financial aid to calculate your net price (Cost - Financial Aid = Net Price). For information on how to access your award notice and view your financial aid, visit the WINGS Express Support page. Haven't filed a FAFSA? You can estimate your federal student aid using the Department of Education's Federal Student Aid Estimator.
Wright State University participates in the Wright Guarantee Tuition Program, which guarantees the same annual cost of tuition, housing, and dining over a four-year college career for new incoming, in-state, degree-seeking undergraduate students. If you are a new student starting Summer or Fall 2023 and qualify for the Wright Guarantee Tuition Program, select the Fall Semester (Wright Guarantee 2023-2024) cohort.
This cost estimator is intended for students assessed general undergraduate or graduate fees. Professional students, such as Boonshoft School of Medicine, Doctorate of Nursing Practice, MBA, or School of Professional Psychology students, and students who are not assessed general undergraduate or graduate fees are encouraged to contact their school, college or academic department to obtain the costs and fees related to their program of study.
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The Net Price Calculator (NPC) is provided by the U.S. Department of Education and uses data from Wright State University to present estimated net price information (the estimated cost of tuition and fees, room and board, and other educationally-related expenses minus average grant and scholarship amounts) to first-time, full-time degree-seeking undergraduate students based on their individual circumstances. Because Wright State University has two campuses each with different costs, undergraduate students may choose to receive net price information about either the Main Campus (Dayton, Ohio) or Lake Campus (Celina, Ohio). The versions of the U.S. Department of Education's NPC below use data from the 2021–22 academic year.
Students and families are encouraged to contact RaiderConnect regarding any questions they may have or for assistance in determining their costs for the current academic year.