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Many first-year students arrive on campus without declaring a specific major; others may have declared a major but may still be unsure of their final choice. Don't worry! Flexibility, exploration and challenge can be an exciting part of your first year.
You can receive assistance from an academic advisor and a career services advisor while exploring majors. Career Services is a good place to begin exploring career major options.
College Credit Plus Students
If you are a student in grades 7–12 who qualifies for college admission, take college-level courses NOW and earn both high school and college credit. The College Credit Plus Program helps you prepare for a successful college experience and eventual career. College Credit Plus replaces the former PSEO and dual enrollment programs.
Learn more about how to become a College Credit Plus student at Wright State and find the paper application on the CCP Enrollment Process page. Questions regarding course selection and registration may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.