Wright State University is one of the most affordable universities in Ohio and offers you exceptional value for an extraordinary educational opportunity.
Wright State University's Academic Performance Scholarships are based on high school GPA and ACT or SAT scores. The best thing about these scholarships is that there is no special application process. All you have to do is be admitted to Wright State University by April 15. Also, if you are a valedictorian or salutatorian, there are full in-state tuition scholarships just for you!
The College of Engineering and Computer Science also has a variety of scholarships exclusively for students entering our programs. You do need to fill out a separate application form online by February 18.
Available Engineering and Computer Science Scholarships
Cary Michael Jokela Memorial Scholarship - $500
Chingfa Jang Memorial Scholarship Fund - $2,000
Daniel W. Duval--Robbins & Myers Scholarship - Varies from $1,000 to full in-state tuition
Eastman Kodak Company Scholarship - $500
Ervin J. Nutter Scholarship - $600
Gasper Family Endowed Scholarship - Up to amount of in-state tuition
Isaac Weiss Memorial Scholarship - $1,250
James & Sharon Brandeberry Engineering and Computer Science Scholarship - $500
Reynolds & Reynolds Leadership Scholars Program - $2,500
Robert Appenzeller Engineering Scholarship - $1,250
Supply One Corporation Scholarship - $500
Virginia Arlene Di Flora Memorial Scholarship - Value of in-state tuition plus $500 book allowance
Wright STEPP Scholarship - Value of in-state tuition
Engineering and Computer Science Transfer Scholarship Program - One-third tuition for two academic years
The University Honors Program also offers outstanding scholarships. You must apply to Wright State University by February 1 and submit the Competitive Honors/Trustees Scholarship Application by February 18 for these top awards.
Click on the links below to review our scholarships, financial aid and tuition and fees. Wright State University's School Code for the FAFSA is 003078 and the priority deadline is March 1.