Coronavirus Update

Classes will be held remotely for the remainder of the spring semester, and all official university events and student activities are suspended until further notice. While the Dayton and Lake campuses remain open, access to campus is restricted to personnel who have been identified as essential. Read more.

FAQs

  • I have already attended orientation at Lake Campus as a College Credit Plus (CCP) student, do I need to attend again?

    No. You will meet with your academic advisor individually. Call 419-586-0300 to make your appointment.

  • If I earned credit through the College Credit Plus (CCP) Program, what do I need to do?

    Congratulations! Earning college credit while in high school can be a valuable thing.

    A final and official transcript must be on file with the admissions office at least 10 days before your orientation session in order for your academic advisor to build your class schedule. In addition, failure to submit final official college transcripts to the admissions will result in a registration hold on your account.

    If you earned college credit through the College Credit Plus (CCP) Program at Wright State University you do not need to do anything additional for your credit earned through Wright State University.

    Contact information for the Admissions Office:

    Wright State University - Lake Campus
    Office of Admissions
    7600 Lake Campus Dr.
    ​Celina, OH 45883
    ​(419)586-0300 (phone)
    discoverlakecampus@wright.edu
    419-586-0358 (Fax)

  • How do I access my computer account information (UID, Campus Account, password)

    We know that getting to know your computer account information can be tricky! You can access your computer account information through the application portal (www.wright.edu/apply) and in the Next Steps Box choose Access Your Student Portal or Display Your Wright State Account Info. If you are accessing your computer account for the first time only "Access Your Student Portal" will be displayed. If you have already accessed your computer account "Display Your Wright State Account Info" is what you will want to choose. 

    This page has very useful information for you as well. 

  • Where should I go for Orientation?

    You should enter the main entrace (ME on the campus map) of Dwyer Hall. The check-in desk is just inside the entrance.

  • What time do I need to arrive for orientation?

    Registration and resources will be available from 12:00-12:30pm. Orientation begins at 12:30pm

  • How long will Orientation be?

    Sessions will start at 12:30 p.m. Advising will start at 1:00 p.m. and may not end until 4:30 p.m. Please arrive between Noon–12:30 p.m. to check-in and explore the resources fair. 

  • Should a parent or family member attend orientation with their student?

    Parents and family members are invited to attend the orientation session with their students but are not required. Due to limited seating, parents will be separated from students during advising. There will be downtime (approximately 1.5-2 hours) for parents if they choose to attend orientation. Free wi-fi is available. If you live close by, we have often seen parents and their student drive separately.

  • Is there a cost to attend orientation

    No. Wright State University—Lake Campus does not charge for orientation. There is a fee for students attending orientation at the Dayton Campus of Wright State University.

  • What if I have general questions about orientation?

    Please call 419-586-0300 or email lakeenrollmentservices@wright.edu.

  • What if I have questions concerning my orientation registration?

    If you cannot attend the session you registered for or have conflicting events, please call Student Services at 419-586-0300.

  • Where can I learn more about the math placement assessment?

    Incoming Lake Campus students do not need to take the math placement test before orientation. You and your academic advisor will discuss your situation at orientation and make a decision then. Visit the Student Success Placement Testing site to learn more. 

  • Do I need to take math and English placement tests before orientation?

    No, you will consult with your advisor at orientation to determine your testing needs. College Credit Plus students are required to submit placement testing (or provide qualifying ACT or SAT scores) prior to admission to the university.

  • What if I can't find my UID and password?

    You can go to application portal www.wright.edu/apply. Log into the application portal with the account you created. Once logged in, choose Access Your Student Portal or Display Your Wright State Account Info in the Next Steps Box. Also,your UID and password are included in your orientation mailing. If you have trouble logging in please contact the CaTS Help Desk at (937) 775-4827 or helpdesk@wright.edu.

  • How do I register for orientation?

    Log in to wright.edu/apply with the email and password you created when you applied. Under Next Steps, click on Lake Orientation Registration. 

  • What time of day is Orientation?

    Registration and resources are available from Noon–12:30 p.m. Orientation begins at 12:30 p.m. Orientation will end late in the afternoon.

  • Is orientation mandatory?

    All new College Credit Plus and students coming directly from high school need to attend orientation. Transfer and nontraditional students can call the front desk at 419-586-0300 to schedule an advising appointment.

  • What is orientation?

    Orientation is a program designed to assist students transiting to Wright State University. Participation will improve your overall understanding of academic programs, course registration, student life, and university policies and procedures. Attending orientation will set the tone for your entire college experience, so make sure to attend this welcoming, fun, and productive program.

    During orientation you will:

    • Learn about university policies and procedures.
    • Connect with fellow first-year students.
    • Gain familiarity with the campus resources.
    • Meet your academic advisor.