Fall 2020 Update

Fall 2020 Update: Wright State University’s Dayton and Lake Campuses plan to return to teaching for 2020 Fall Semester on August 24 with a dynamic and flexible mixture of in-person and remote courses. Read more about our Right Here. Wright State. This Fall. plan.

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TRANSFER AND RECEIVE A $500 SCHOLARSHIP

We make the process of transferring to Wright State in Fall 2020 even easier by offering every student who transfers for Fall Semester 2020 at least a $500 scholarship. With award-winning faculty and one of the lowest tuition costs in Ohio, Wright State can help define your best future.

 

VISITING AND NON-DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS

Take a course at Wright State and transfer that credit to another university where you are already enrolled! We've created an easy-to-follow checklist and enrollment process for you.

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UPCOMING start dates:

  • Fall Semester—August 24, 2020
  • Spring Semester—January 11, 2021

More Information

  • Office of Undergraduate Admissions: 937-775-5700
  • The Graduate School: wsugrad@wright.edu
  • International Admissions: +1-937-775-5745
  • Transfer Students: 937-775-4830

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