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Welcome to the Wright State University Office of Undergraduate Admissions site. In this section, our office staff has compiled a collection of resources especially for counselors. We have tried to create a site that is helpful and informative in guiding students through the college-search process.
New Admissions Criteria for Fall 2015
Recommended Admissions Criteria:
High school graduates will be granted admission to Wright State University if they meet one of the following options:
- Complete the Ohio Core curriculum*
- Achieve a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.0
- Achieve an ACT composite score of 15 or SAT score of 740 (combined critical reading and math)
- Complete the Ohio Core curriculum *
- Achieve a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.5
- Submit any ACT/SAT score
*Out-of-state students must complete an equivalent rigorous curriculum
Recommended High School Course Work for Admission
- 4 years English
- 4 years Mathematics (including Algebra II or equivalent)
- 3 years Science (including lab based experience)
- 3 years of Social Studies (including American History, American Government and Economics/Financial Literacy, integrated or stand alone)
- 2 years of the same foreign language
- 1 Fine Arts Course
- Additional Credits as required by the Ohio Core
STEM City, located in Hamilton Hall, is Wright State’s first residential learning community exclusively serving students enrolled in the College of Science and Mathematics (COSM) and the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS). STEM City gives its residents more opportunities for collaboration, nurtures interest in their discipline and provides access to academic resources.
Two new buildings are expected to be completed in time for the start of the 2015-2016 academic year!
The Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration (NEC) Building is taking shape behind the Student Union and Russ Engineering Center. This new addition to campus will allow students to perform neuroscience research to gain a better understanding of brain functions and disorders.
The Classroom Building, rising up near University Hall, will house the Student Academic Success Center, University College Academic Advising, and new interactive classrooms. Everything that students need to succeed will be conveniently located in one building.
Want to bring a group of students to campus?
Use our new Tours for Large Groups online registration form to get started.
Want information from Wright State? Use our counselors' Materials Request form!
Want to learn more about some of the exciting things going on at Wright State that may affect your students as they make their college selection?
Want to keep up with important admissions dates and deadlines to help your students stay on track? If so, you've come to the right place.
Created exclusively for high school counselors, The Raiders’ Edge is a quarterly newsletter that provides you with important news and timely information about Wright State University. From financial aid deadlines to information on new academic programs, you can find it all right here.
Be sure to check back often as new issues will be added throughout the academic year. Download current newsletter (PDF) to learn more →
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