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Tuition and Aid

One of the things that matters most to us at Wright State University is keeping a quality education affordable for you and your family. That's why our tuition is among the lowest in Ohio for four-year universities.

Undergraduate Cost Estimates

OHIO RESIDENTS

living off campus

$5,407 tuition (11–18 hours)
$700 books & supplies (estimate)

Total for one semester: $6,107
Annual total: $12,214


Living on campus

$5,407 tuition (11–18 hours)
$2,869 housing & fees (The Woods double occupancy)
$2,028 meals (Rowdy 200 plan)
$700 books & supplies (estimate)

Total for one semester: $11,004
Annual total: $22,008

Undergraduate cost details

OUT-OF-STATE

living off campus

$10,116 tuition (11–18 hours)
$700 books & supplies (estimate)

Total for one semester: $10,816
Annual total: $21,632


Living on campus

$10,116 tuition (11–18 hours)
$2,869 housing & fees (The Woods double occupancy)
$2,028 meals (Rowdy 200 plan)
$700 books & supplies (estimate)

Total for one semester: $15,713
Annual total: $31,426

Non-Ohio resident cost details

INTERNATIONAL

living off campus

$10,116 tuition (12 hours)
$3,750 off-campus cost of living (estimate)
$1,907 fees & books (estimate)

Total for one semester: $15,773
Annual total: $31,546


Living on campus

$10,116 tuition (12 hours)
$2,763 housing & fees (The Woods double occupancy)
$1,939 meals (Rowdy 200 plan)
$1,907 fees & books (estimate)

Total for one semester: $16,725
Annual total: $33,450

International cost details

The Wright Guarantee Tuition Program (Undergraduate Students)

The Wright Guarantee Tuition Program guarantees the same annual cost of in-state tuition, housing, and dining over four years for new and transfer degree-seeking undergraduate students.

Graduate Tuition and Fees

GRADUATE

Ohio residents

Total for one semester: $7,149
Annual total: $14,298

Out-of-state

Total for one semester: $12,143
Annual total: $24,286

Graduate cost details*

On campus housing: options | rates

MEDICINE

Ohio residents

Total for one semester: $20,126
Annual total: $40,252

Out-of-state

Total for one semester: $30,197
Annual total: $60,394

For M1, M2, and M4 (11 or more hours)

Medicine cost details

PROFESSIONAL

Professional Psychology (Psy.D.) and Nursing (D.N.P.)

Ohio residents

Total for one semester: $9,404
Annual total: $18,808

Out-of-state

Total for one semester: $15,028
Annual total: $30,056

Based on 11–18 hours

Psy.D. and D.N.P. cost details

*Business and Public Health Students: Visit the Graduate and Professional Tuition and Fees webpage for tuition for the Business Administration (M.B.A.), Marketing Analytics (M.S.), and Public Health (M.P.H.) degrees.

International Students: Please note that you can register for any number of credits beyond the minimum of 6 credits with the department/academic advisor’s approval. The tuition cost for 11–18 credit hours is a flat rate: $13,500 based on current tuition rates. Some programs have additional costs; please review the International Admissions Graduate Tuition and Fees webpage for details. In general, most graduate programs require students finish 30 credit hours to complete a program. Fees and requirements may vary by program and may not include prerequisite courses.

Cost Estimator

The cost estimator can provide students and families with an idea of the estimated expenses that could be incurred at Wright State University (minus any financial aid awards entered) based on costs established for the selected academic term.

This cost estimator is intended for students assessed general undergraduate or graduate fees. If you are interested in the Boonshoft School of Medicine, Doctorate of Nursing Practice, M.B.A., or School of Professional Psychology or are not assessed general undergraduate or graduate fees, you should contact your school, college, or academic department to obtain the costs and fees related to your program of study.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships are financial aid that does not have to be repaid and are based on merit, talent, or need.

FEDERAL WORK-STUDY

Earn wages while working at Wright State University and building your skills and experience.

GRANTS

Grants are financial aid that does not have to be repaid and are based on need.

LOANS

You can borrow what you need after applying for scholarships, grants, and work-study.

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT

You can apply for paid job opportunities on campus even if you don't qualify for Federal Work-Study.

VETERAN AND MILITARY BENEFITS

The Veteran and Military Center helps you apply for the GI Bill, maintain eligibility, and troubleshoot any issues.

We're Here to Help

RaiderConnect is the one-stop shop for students offering student accounts, financial aid, and registration services.

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., and Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Location: 130 Student Union
Phone: 937-775-4000
Fax: 937-775-4410
RaiderConnect@wright.edu