Enrollment Services Overview

13373-292.jpgWelcome to Lake Campus Enrollment Services, students’ primary point of contact for services delivered through the Offices of the Registrar, Bursar/Student Accounts, and Financial Aid.  Many self-service options are also available on-line through Wings Express.

The Enrollment Services office is located just past the Student Services Front Desk in Dwyer Hall.  The Enrollment Services Advisors are available to council you on financial aid and registration information – in addition to taking payments (cash and check only!) and printing your Wright1 Card.  

The Enrollment Services office operates during specific hours, however, there are times when the windows may be closed due to staffing or scheduled meetings.  Enrollment Services is typically opened during the following times, though a weekly schedule with known closings is always posted outside of the windows: 

HOURS

  • Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

CONTACT INFORMATION

The Enrollment Services Office works in conjunction with Raider Connect on the Dayton Campus to serve as a one-stop shop for student enrollment questions.  You will find more in-depth enrollment information by visiting the Raider Connect website. 

Bursar

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The Bursar has responsibility for receipting all student and other university moneys, to include the administration and collection of institutional and federal loan programs.  In addition, treasury services, tax compliance, and auxiliary services (vending and Wright1 card) also report to this department.

Enrollment Services Advisors at the Lake Campus can put money on a student’s Wright1 Card from disbursed financial aid or with cash.  There is also a Wright1 Card deposit station located in Dwyer Hall for cash deposits.

Payment

  • In-person: Enrollment Services Advisors are able to accept cash or check at the Enrollment Services Windows.
  • Online: Online payments can be made with e-checks, bank debit cards, and credit cards.  NOTE:  A 2.75% convenience fee applies to all online credit card transactions.

Payment Plans

  • Students are able to register for Payment Plans to help lower out-of-pocket expenses. 
  • Wright State University currently offers a 4 Pay Plan and a 3 Pay Plan. 
  • Each are available at different dates leading up to the semester. 

Tuition and Fees 

Detailed information about payment options, refunds, policies, due dates, and more can be found at Raider Connects Student Accounts & Bills webpage.

Tuition cost for the Lake Campus is among the lowest in the state! As a regional campus of Wright State University, we work diligently to keep our university accessible and affordable.

Undergraduate

Effective Fall 2015

Tuition(11-18 hours)

Total Ohio Resident Fee/Semester $2,921
Total Ohio Resident Fee/Year $5,842

Non-resident Tuition/Semester $7,011
Total Nonresident Fee/Year: $14,022

Enrollment in 12 credit hours or more is considered full-time

Tuition (1-10.5 hours)

Full-Time

Total Ohio Resident Fee/Semester $6,394/semester
Total Non-resident Fee/Semester $10,862/semester

Part-Time

Total Resident Fee Per Hour $590
Total Non-resident Fee Per Hour $1,005

Note: per hour rates will be applied to each credit hour in excess of 18. If your first quarter of attendance was prior to Summer 2003 see the Fee Assessment Policy for more information on your quarterly fees.

Additional Fees

Fees Charges
Late registration fee $100 begining day 1 through 14th day of term
$100 per credit hour after 14th day of term
Nondegree application fee $10
Undergraduate Admissions degree application fee $30
Graduate Admissions degree application fee $40
Technology fee $20/credit hr, max $150*
Audit Fee Same rate as credit courses per hour**
First Year Program fee $100
Transcript fee (each) $6/each
Transcript fee - Express Mail (each) $20/each
Returned check/ACH Debit $25
Applied music fee - half-hour lesson $330
Applied music fee - one-hour lesson $660
Credit by Examination/Proficiency test fee $25
Credit by Examination $25/credit hour
Graduation application fee $35
International student fee $98
Late Payment Fee $50-200
Payment Plan Enrollment Fee $75/term
Payment Plan Late Fee $50
Health Insurance for Student

$570 Fall term
$485 Spring Term
$432 Summer Term 

*College of Engineering and Computer Sciences Courses only

Parking & Recreation

  • $15 per semester for part-time students
  • $30 per semester for full-time students

Indiana Tuition Reciprocity

EXCEPTIONS FOR NON OHIO RESIDENTS TO QUALIFY FOR IN-STATE TUITION

Under this agreement, Wright State University agrees to accept at Ohio resident tuition rates, any resident of the following counties of Indiana who enrolls and who satisfies all regular admission requirements (including those requirements of the specific course or program in which admission is sought).

This agreement is in effect June 30, 2015 - June 30, 2017, and may be renewed. Students who qualify for in-state tuition under this reciprocity agreement who remain actively enrolled at Wright State while completing their academic program will continue at the in-state tuition rate, even if the agreement expires.

To be considered for the in-state tuition rate, an Indiana student must:
  • Be a legal resident of one of the counties listed below.
  • Satisfy admission requirements and be officially admitted to Wright State University.
  • Complete this form and submit it to the Office of the Registrar at Wright State.
  • Provide any documentation to help prove IN resident status, if requested.
  • Be approved for in-state tuition before the first day of the term of application. Late applications will be considered for future terms.
Participating Indiana Counties:
  • Adams
  • Allen
  • Blackford
  • Clark
  • Dearborn
  • Decatur
  • DeKalb
  • Delaware
  • Fayette
  • Floyd
  • Franklin
  • Harrison
  • Henry
  • Jay
  • Jefferson
  • Jennings
  • Noble
  • Ohio
  • Randolph
  • Ripley
  • Rush
  • Scott
  • Steuben
  • Switzerland
  • Union
  • Washington
  • Wayne
  • Wells

Financial Aid

Financial aid provides students with scholarships, grants, and/or loans for those who apply and meet certain requirements. The Wright State priority deadline for FAFSA is March 1.  Applying after this date may make you inelgible for certain funding provided by the FAFSA.  It is important to remember that most aid  from the FAFSA is awarded on a "first come, first serve" basis.  This means the earlier you apply - the better chance you have for receiving FAFSA funds.  

To receive federally funded or university based aid, students must first file their FAFSA and list Wright State University (003078) as a school of choice.  To learn more about filing your FAFSA click the Resources Tab at the bottom of this page.  ALWAYS check your Wright State email and WINGS Express financial aid notifications and requirements for any further action that may need to be taken!  After your award has been packaged you will receive an email prompting you to complete any outstanding requirements.

Loans are a type of aid that, unlike scholarships and grants, must be repaid by the borrower.  Students may be offered Federal Stafford loans, a Federal Perkins Loan, or may be interested in applying for an alternate (private) loan.  Parents of undergraduate students can also apply for Parent PLUS loans.  Further requirements must be completed after accepting any type of loan.  Please check your Financial Aid requirements for instructions.

For more information on these and other types of aid, and on financial aid in general, please visit Raider Connect’s Loans, Scholarships & Grants webpage.

Resources

Scholarships

Scholarships are available to Lake Campus students in two different capacities. You may be eligible for both Wright State University's undergraduate scholarships and our own Lake Campus WOEF Scholarships.

As you could probably guess from the name, Academic Performance Scholarships are scholarships are based on your high school GPA, class rank, and ACT or SAT scores.  These are awarded from the admission applications received by June 30 (i.e., you do not need to complete a separate scholarship application for these). Information for new (direct from high school) student scholarships can be seen here. See more about Academic Performance Scholarships! 

WOEF scholarships are available for undergraduate, new, current, returning, and transfer students who attend the Lake Campus. These scholarships range from a couple hundred dollars in book scholarships to full tuition. Requirements for Lake Campus WOEF scholarships vary, but you only have to fill out one application. The scholarship packets are available in the fall and are due March 1.  See more about WOEF Scholarships.

 

Registration and Class Schedule

IMPORTANT Fall 2015 Schedule Information

The FALL 2015 schedule is available in WINGS Express. Fall Semester begins Monday, August 31, 2015.

Current students can verify their registration date for Spring Semester by clicking on the "Student and Financial Aid" tab in WINGS Express. Next, click "Registration & Records" and choose the Registration Status menu. When your registration date arrives, go to WINGS Express at http://wingsexpress.wright.edu to register for classes.

For assistance with registration, or if you have an ALT-PIN, you can make an appointment to see an Academic Advisor.

**For an appointment with an Academic Advisor, please call 419-586-0300.** 


Students may add or drop a class online through WINGS Express during certain periods of the term. If a class is not officially dropped, a grade will be recorded for the class and the student is charged for the class. A student cannot add a class simply by attending it, nor can a student drop a class by not attending. Students must use the Registration Activity Form after certain dates to add or drop classes. Please check the academic calendar for official add and drop dates and refund percentages.

Classes can be dropped and/or added in-person at the Enrollment Services windows as long as the dates coincide with the academic calendar.

Class Schedule

Wright State University's Dynamic Schedule allows students and non-students to search the current course offerings. Once you access the schedule, you will need to select the following items to peform a successful search:

  1. Term
  2. Subject
  3. Campus

In addition to the above areas, you can also limit your search to only pull specific class information including:

  • Web Only Classes
  • Course Level
  • Time of Day

Current students will want to make sure that they are logged into their WINGS Express account so that they can add or drop courses if necessary.  

IMPORTANT LINKS

Alternative Pin

An Alternative PIN prohibits a student from registering for classes prior to meeting with an academic advisor. Students can check if they have an ALT-PIN on their account, which can only be removed by advisors or permitted faculty.  

To check your alt pin status:

1. Click on the WINGS Express icon
2. Click on Student & Financial Aid
3. Click on Registration & Records
4. Click on Add/Drop Classes
5. Select the Registration Term

If you have an alt pin, the window will indicate you need to talk with an advisor.

If not, you will be directed to the add/drop screen or read that you may not be eligible to register yet, depending on your registration date. 

Residency

There are several ways to qualify for Ohio Residency in order to receive in-state tuition at Wright State University. One of these is the Indiana Tuition Reciprocity Agreement. This agreement is in effect July 1 2013–June 30, 2014, and may be renewed. Residents of 21 Indiana counties may be eligible for in-state tuition. To request in-state tuition, please fill out the Request for In-state Tuition Status for Indiana Residents Form. To learn of the other ways to qualify for in-state tuition please visit the Classes & Grades-Policies webpage. If you have additional questions or need more information please contact Enrollment Services.

Non-Degree Students

Those wanting to take classes at Wright State University, though not wanting to earn a degree, have the opportunity to study as a non-degree student. Non-degree students are eligible to take any open course at Wright State University as long as they meet the pre-requisites for that class. Some non-degree students may be required to provide an unofficial transcript with the application to ensure that you have met the pre-requisites for a particular course. Those interested in pursuing this option should complete the Undergraduate Non-Degree Application.

After completing the Non-Degree Application, please mail your materials, including a copy of your photo ID to:

Lake Campus Enrollment Services
7600 Lake Campus Drive 
Celina, OH 45822

Non-degree students can also apply in-person at the Lake Campus Enrollment Services windows. Please be sure to bring a photo ID, as we cannot process your application without one.  

It is important to note that non-degree students are ineligible to use financial aid to cover the cost of their courses. Non-degree students must be able to cover the cost of their courses out-of-pocket. However, Wright State University does offer payment plan options that can help alleviate the stress of a one-time out-of-pocket payment.  

Questions about the non-degree process should directed to lakeenrollmentservices@wright.edu or (419) 586-0232.  

Looking for graduate school information? Click here.

Additional information on these and other Registrar services and policies can be obtained on Raider Connect’s Classes & Grades webpage.

Transcript Request

9852-0925-copy.jpgFor ALL Transcript Requests:

  1. Payment is required at the time the request is made.
  2. Check to see if you have a hold:
    • Log onto WINGS Express,* click “Student and Financial Aid,” then "Registration and Records,” then “View Holds.” (Contact information for the department that placed the hold will be provided.)
  3. Follow specific instructions below for your preferred method of ordering a transcript.
  4. You will have to complete a separate request for each delivery address and method of delivery. (Example: To request your transcript be sent to your home and your employer you must complete two separate requests.)

How to Order

Official transcripts must be requested by the student. Requests can be submitted by web, mail, fax or in person at Enrollment Services. Due to privacy concerns, transcript requests cannot be submitted via telephone or E-mail. Transcripts can be sent via U.S. mail, overnight via express service, and by fax. Wright State also transmits official transcripts electronically to other participating Ohio colleges and universities.

Online

  1. Log onto WINGS Express* – click on “Student and Financial Aid”, click on “Registration and Records”, click on “Request Official Academic Transcript”, and complete your request. Once your transcript has been issued, per your instructions, we are unable to reissue an official transcript without another request and additional payment.
  2. The payment portion is required for submission of your request. Payment may only be made in the form of credit card. Wright State University will accept credit card payment by Discover, Visa or MasterCard. You will receive an email verifying that your payment was processed.
  3. To view the status of your request(s) log onto WINGS Express – click on “Student and Financial Aid”, click on “Registration and Records”, click on “Status of Official Transcript Requests”, and choose the date the request was ordered. The “Sent Date” reflects the date the transcript was mailed, faxed, or available for pick up.

*Note: If you do not know your University ID Number and pin number, please contact Computing and Telecommunications (CaTS) office at 937-775-4827.  

Mail

  1. Carefully complete all sections of the Transcript request form (PDF). Once your transcript has been issued, per your instructions, we are unable to reissue an official transcript without another request and additional payment.
  2. Include payment in the form of credit card, check or money order made payable to Wright State University. Please do not send cash.
  3. If paying by credit card, please complete the bottom section of the transcript request form with your Discover, Visa, or MasterCard credit card information.
  4. Mail the completed form with your payment to:

Office of the Registrar
ATTN: TRANSCRIPTS
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, OH 45435 

Fax

 Transcripts will say VOID when faxed. Faxed transcripts may not be accepted by a third-party recipient. It is the responsibility of the student to verify acceptable delivery methods with the recipient.
  1. Carefully complete all sections of the Transcript request form (PDF). Once your transcript has been issued, per your instructions, we are unable to reissue an official transcript without another request and additional payment.
  2. Include payment in the form of credit card.
  3. Please complete the bottom section of the transcript request form with your Discover, Visa, or MasterCard credit card information for payment.
  4. Fax your request to 937-775-5597. 

In Person

 You will have to complete a separate request for each delivery address and method of delivery. (Example: To request your transcript be sent to your home and your employer you must complete two separate requests.)  
  1. You can request a transcript during normal business hours at Enrollment Services, located in Dwyer Hall.  Carefully complete all sections of the Transcript request form (PDF) before you arrive.  
  2. The payment portion is required for submission of your request. Payment can be made in the form of credit card on the form or with cash or check at the Enrollment Services window. Wright State University will accept credit card payment by Discover, Visa or MasterCard. You will receive an email verifying that your payment was processed. 
  3. All in-person request must be sent to and processed at the Dayton Campus.  Overnight delivery may not be available if a student chooses to do the in-person form at Enrollment Services.  Pickup is only available at Raider Connect on the Dayton Campus.  

Pickup

Transcript pickup is only available at Raider Connect at the Dayton Campus.  Be prepared to show picture ID (Wright1 Card or driver’s license). Some schools or employers will not accept transcripts issued to the student. Before ordering, please verify with the recipient that this is acceptable. Once your transcript has been issued per your instructions, we are unable to reissue an official transcript without another request and additional payment. If you want someone else to pick up the transcript, please provide written authorization with your transcript request, naming the person who will pick up the transcript. That individual will be asked for their photo ID for verification.

For questions concerning official transcript requests, call (419) 586-0232.

Cost

Cost

Standard Processing

Cost is $6 per transcript and processing may take up to 2 business days in addition to normal U.S. Postal Service delivery time.

Express Mail

Cost is $20 per transcript requested. Requests must be received by 2:30 p.m. to guarantee overnight delivery by Federal Express. Please note: The recipient’s street address is required. Federal Express will NOT deliver to a PO Box. 

Did You Know...

  1. Many schools prefer to have us send transcripts directly to them. Some schools or employers may not consider a transcript to be “official” if the transcript has been in a student’s possession or if the transcript has been faxed. Please verify with the recipient what is considered acceptable before placing your order.
  2. Once your transcript request has been issued per your instructions, we are unable to reissue an official transcript without another written request and additional payment.
  3. Transcript requests cannot be processed for students who have outstanding charges on their university account. To see if you have a hold, log onto WINGS Express, click on “Student and Financial Aid,” select “Registration and Records,” and then select “View Holds”. Contact information for the department that placed the hold will be provided.

*Note: If you do not know your University ID Number and pin number, please contact Computing and Telecommunications (CaTS) office at 937-775-4827.

Grade Explanation
A transcript explanation will be sent with each official transcript, which explains the grading system and the meaning of various symbols on the transcript. View grades page for more information ››

Wright1 Card

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Obtaining a Card

The Wright1 Card is an ID card for Wright State University students, faculty and staff. We advise you to call ahead, (419) 586-0300, to make sure a trained staff member will be available to make your ID. Visit Enrollment Services at 170 Dwyer Hall to obtain your Wright1 Card. If you are obtaining your first Wright1 Card you MUST show a valid photo ID.

Where To Use Card

Lake Campus Printing @ the PrintWright Stations

Printing has become more efficient than ever. PrintWright Stations at the Lake Campus are located in the following places at the Lake Campus:

  • The Learning Center (Library Modular Unit)
  • 183 Andrews Hall
  • Outside of 177 Dwyer
  • 221 Dwyer
  • Trenary Hall (Engineering)

Lake Campus Barnes & Noble Bookstore

You are able to make purchases using your Wright1 Card at the Lake Campus Barnes & Noble Bookstore.

Checking Out Books

In order to check out books from the Lake Campus Learning Center (Library) you must show your Wright1 Card.

Dining Services

You are able to make purchases using your Wright1 Card in The Boathouse Dining Hall or Vending machines.

Deposit Station

You may deposit money onto your Wright1 Card located in Dwyer Hall near the PrintWright Station using cash only.
Also you may go online through your WINGS account. Logging into http://wings.wright.edu, click on the “Academics” tab, and then select “Wright1 Card Services”, then choose “Card Deposit”. Use may use either your Credit/Debit card or Electronic Check.

Reporting a Lost/Stolen Wright1 Card

You can report your lost or stolen card online through your WINGS account. Logging into http://wings.wright.edu, click on the “Academics” tab, and then select “Wright1 Card Services”, then choose “Lost/Stolen Card” under the Wright1 Logo.

Cost Associated With the Card

Payment for a Wright1Card must be made at Enrollment Services (170 Dwyer Hall) before a new card will be made.

  • Your first Wright1 Card is free of charge
  • $15 charge for replacement of lost or stolen card

For extended information please visit the Dayton Campus Wright1 Card website.

Lost/Stolen Card

If you lose your card, call the Wright1 center IMMEDIATELY at (937) 775-5542 (Monday through Friday 8:30am-5pm), and your account will be placed on hold. If it is outside the centers normal operating hours, you can report your card lost or deposit money onto your card by logging on to WINGS and selecting the "Academics" tab.

Deposits

In Person Deposits

You can deposit cash or checks onto your Wright1 Card in Enrollment Services, located at 170 Dwyer Hall, during normal business hours. There is a deposit machine located outside 177 Dwyer that accepts $1, $5, $10 and $20. You can also deposit money online through your WINGS account. See directions below.

Account Statements

  • You can access your account balance and transaction summary by logging on to WINGS, selecting the "academics" tab, and clicking the Account Summary link under the Wright1 logo.

Online Deposits

Flex Dollars can be deposited:
  • Deposit Stations located at:
    • Student Union Atrium next to Wright-Patt Credit Union
    • Allyn Hall by the Hangar
    • Dunbar Library basement
    • Dunbar Library 2nd floor
    • Lake Campus, Dwyer Hall
  • Wright1 Card Center, 055 Student Union (cash, credit or debit)
  • Online at WINGS by credit/debit card or electronic check (instructions below)
  • Dunbar Library Circulation Desk, 1st floor (cash, credit)
  • Wright Patt Credit Union (On Campus Branch Members Only, Flex Dollars only)
Bonus Dining Dollars can be deposited:
  • on-line at WINGS by credit/debit card or electronic check (instructions below)

Online Deposits

Log in to WINGS using your campus username (w001abc) and password:

LSA login

 

Click on the "Academics" tab and then Wright1 Card Services:

LSA Academics Tab

 

Or click on the "Employee" tab and then Wright1 Card Services:

LSA Employee

 

Manage your account with the Wright1 Card Services pop up window:

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Account Statements

You can access your account balance and transaction summary by logging on to WINGS, selecting the "Academics" or "Employee" tab, and selecting the "Wright1 Card Services" link and then selecting "Account Statement". 

Refunds

  • Flex refunds are only given with a written request in the event you permanently separate from the university.  Requests can be made via e-mail to wright1card@wright.edu
  • Bonus Dining Dollar refunds are only given with a written request, less any unspent "Bonus" Dining Dollars, in the event of permanent separation from the university.  Requests can be made via e-mail to wright1card@wright.edu.
  • Dining Dollar refunds may be available in the event you separate from the University before the end of the academic term. Refund requests must be submitted in writing to Hospitality Services, W006 Student Union, and are subject to Dining Services approval.

Unclaimed Funds

Any cardholder accounts that remain inactive (no recorded card swipes) for more than one year will be treated as unclaimed funds. The Wright1 Center will perform due-diligence and mail notification of unclaimed funds to the last known address for any account with a balance of fifty dollars or more. No mailings will be sent for accounts that are less than fifty dollars. In either case, once the account is confirmed as unclaimed funds, any balance remaining will be transferred to Wright State University's Unclaimed funds. The monies will remain in the unclaimed funds account for five years, and then will be transferred to Wright State University's general fund unless claimed by original account holder.

Academic Calendar

View the academic calendar for all Wright State campuses and terms