Coronavirus Update

Classes will be held remotely for the remainder of the spring semester, and all official university events and student activities are suspended until further notice. While the Dayton and Lake campuses remain open, access to campus is restricted to personnel who have been identified as essential. Read more.

Loans

Raider Connect Staff will begin working remotely starting March 23. Please call us at 937-775-4000 and leave a detailed message, or email raiderconnect@wright.edu. Messages will be returned as soon as possible. We are happy to schedule phone or video appointments via our email address at this time. We are unable to accept faxed documents at this time. Please scan or photograph and email all documents to raiderconnect@wright.edu

A loan is a form of financial aid that must be repaid by the borrower.

Loans should only be borrowed after having exhausted all other forms of financial aid, such as scholarships, grants and work. Students and families who are considering loan borrowing are strongly encouraged to apply for federal student aid loans. Visit the Department of Education's Federal Student Aid website.

Remember, the money borrowed will need to be paid back so only borrow what you need!

When and What to Borrow

Loans should only be borrowed after having exhausted all other forms of financial aid, such as scholarships, grants and work.

When determining an amount to borrow, it's strongly encouraged you only borrow what you need. To determine the amount of loan funds needed, subtract all of you current scholarships, grants and any other resources you have to pay for college (e.g., earnings from work, savings, trust funds, etc.) from your anticipated expenses. If all the other forms of assistance you have do not cover all of your expenses, then you may want to consider borrowing a loan only for the amount still needed to cover your remaining costs.

Visit our Cost Estimator to help determine both your estimated expenses.

If you've decide you need a loan, always consider interest rates and repayment terms. Often federal student loans are the most attractive loan options.