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General Designations

Priority Funds

60% of our student body are considered “caught in the middle,” meaning that they do not qualify for any merit scholarships and fall slightly above the poverty line.The Mission Scholarship was opened in 2013 to help keep these students enrolled and to ultimately help them earn their degrees and become Wright State graduates.
This fund supports the area of greatest need at Wright State University

Programs

This fund supports of the Ambassador Program
This scholarship supports the innovation awards and lecture series.
This fund was established to permit academic deans to invest in ideas that hold promise for making significant differences in learning outcomes, the delivery of instructional services and community betterment.
Annually Sodexho will donate $5,000 over the life of their Wright State University contract. Sodexho and Wright State University Business Services Department will jointly determine campus initiatives to be supported and provide guidance to the recipient of the funds
This fund is intended to provide support for students with disabilities who wish to participate in Wright State fine arts programs, events, and activities
This fund supports distance learning programs
This fund supports the expenses of "First Weekend", the fall quarter freshman orientation weekend
This fund was established to support programs of Ohio LINK.
This fund is used to support graduate student research and presentation of research at professional conferences and like venues
This fund supportst the ares of greatest need in the graduate Studies Program
This fund supports the operational expenses of Science Olympiad
This fund was established to fund expenses associated with the annual tech transfer symposium.
This fund supports undergraduate research, student expenses, and support for the inaugural Research Celebration.
Signage indicating Vishal Soin Innovation Park locations. Course & Curriculum Development for certificates & advanced degree offerings. Special workshops & initiatives related to industry collaboration/workforce development. Experiential learning experiences for our students.

Scholarships

This scholarship is for continuing full-time Wright State students, with a documented financial need and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
This scholarship is for students who are affiliated with the Advancement Division and have a minimum gpa of 2.8.
This scholarship is available to students of African–American descent with demonstrated financial need, or first generation students or those returning to complete undergraduate degrees.
This scholarship is for non-traditional students who are parenting while they obtain their degree. First preference is given to students majoring in English or Mathematics/Statistics
This scholarship is for incoming Beavercreek H.S. students. First preference is given to those who were Interact members while in High School.
This fund supports the university's highest and greatest scholarship needs as determined by the Office of Financial Aid
This fund supports WSU Alumni Association legacy scholarships
This scholarship provides need-based financial support for Wright State University students
This three year, $2,000 per year, scholarship is for undergraduate and graduate STEM majors from the Miami Valley. Preference is given to those applicants who have a family member working at a Dayton Defense member organization, or are themselves working at a Dayton Defense member organization
This fund is used for scholarships for continuing undergraduate students in the Raj Soin College of Business and the College of Engineering and Computer Science
This scholarshop is available to students in good academic standing at WSU that graduated from Wayne High School (Huber Heights, OH) or Northeastern High School (Springfield, OH)
To provide need-based scholarship support for first generation students.  See Agreement.
This scholarship is for full-time continuing students who are registered with the Office of Disability Services. Recipients must have obtained a 3.4 gpa.
This fund supports four annual full tuition scholarships.
This scholarship is for Graduate students in any major.
This scholarship supports Miami Valley resident students.
This scholarship funds for students in any major with a preference for those who were adopted or in foster care
To fund WSU Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship
This scholarship supports retention of current students who are at risk of discontinuing their education due to financial limitations. Successful recipients must have demonstrated financial need.
To fund scholarships for CaTS student employees.
Latino student scholarships
This scholarship supports a full time undergraduate student, have scored in at least 90th percentile of the ACT or the SAT and have achieved an accumulative high school grade point average of 3.5. It is now for the University Honors Program.
The Organization for Black Faculty & Staff (OBFS) offers this scholarship to students of an underrepresented group with a minimum GPA of 2.6.
This scholarship is for students who work in the Registrars Office.
A scholarship supporting the student success priorities for the Rise.Shine. Campaign
This scholarship is awarded to honor Robert S. Oelman, a distinguished former Wright State leader; all applicants are reviewed by their college scholarship committee; one nomination is made by each college to the University Scholarship Committee for selection
Scrappy womens Endowed Scholarship helps the female students majoring in Physics, Chemistry, or Management. Possess a strong commitment to becoming an admired business leader as well as displaying strong entrepreneurial skills and characteristics. Have demonstrated academic achievement within Physics, Chemistry, or Management.
This scholarship supports Wright State University's full-time students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
This fund supports the scholarships for student workers in the Communications & Marketing Department.
To provide need-based scholarship support for minority students.
This scholarship supports the study abroad programs.
This scholarship is for members of the Wright State University Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon who uphold the cardinal principles of Sigma Phi Epsilon and the "SERVICE ABOVE SELF" concept, contribute to the fraternity's growth and fraternal spirit, maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA and display exemplary personal conduct and service to fellow men. First preference will be given to graduates of Wayne High School who meet the above criteria
This scholarship is for Dayton Regional STEM School students who graduated with a minimum gpa of 2.5. Preference will be given to students with financial need.
Available to students majoring in Physical or Natural Sciences or Engineering. Must have documented financial need. Must have a minimum 2.7 GPA.
This scholarship is for non-traditional undergraduate female students.

Scholarships/Awards