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.

Accounts & Bills

Revised Refunds and Registration Process

To improve student access to open seats in courses and better align the university with federal regulations and best practices, the university has approved process and policy changes to several areas. All of the changes are outlined on this page. Please contact Enrollment Services if you have additional questions or concerns. 

How To Pay Your Bill

Payment Due Dates


Registration Date Fees Due Non-Payment Penalty
Prior to August 16 August 15 Registration Cancelled
August 16 - Sepember 15 September 15 $50 Late Payment Fee
September 16 and after 15th of following month $50 Late Payment Fee


Registration Date Fees Due Non-Payment Penalty
Prior to December 16 December 15 Registration Cancelled
December 16 - January 15 January 15 $50 Late Payment Fee
January 16  and after 15th of following month $50 Late Payment Fee


Registration Date Fees Due Non-Payment Penalty
Prior to April 16                   April 15 Registration Cancelled
April 16 - May 15 May 15 $50 Late Payment Fee
May 16 and after 15th of following month $50 Late Payment Fee

Access Your Account

Students - Sign up your Parent as an Authorized User.

Parents/Authorized Users - Student must login and give you access the first time.


Students with a credit balance (a negative sign "-" before the Amount Due under Current Account Status, in other words -$15.00) will have a refund issued if all eligibility criteria is met. Please sign up for direct deposit. It is the safest and most secure way to receive your refund.  If you do not sign up for direct deposit, please make sure your address is accurate through the Wings Express personal information tab. 

Stop payments on refunds not received take up to 15 business days from mailing date to reprocess.


Sign up for direct deposit through Wings, Wings Express and the Student Fees link. Select "Set Up Direct Deposit" under the Student Account Options link.

For dates on when your financial aid will be disbursed to your student account, visit the Office of Financial Aid Important Dates page. The Office of the Bursar begins processing refunds two business days after financial aid is disbursed to the student account.  Generally, refunds from excess financial aid are sent by direct deposit or by check to the student by the end of the second week of classes provided all requirements have been met.

Students can deposit excess loan monies on their Wright1 Card FA Flex account by going to Wings Express and selecting the Student and Financial Aid tab, Wright1 Card and Meal Plan Services, Wright1 FA Flex Deposit Using Financial Aid. If this option is not available, deposits from financial aid can be made at RaiderConnect or Lake Campus Enrollment Services.


If the student’s account has a credit balance and the Parent PLUS Loan has an unused amount, the excess amount is mailed directly to the parent/borrower.

The University defines official withdrawals or drops as those processed by one of the following methods:

" Online using the WINGS Express link via WINGS
" In person at RaiderConnect or at the Enrollment Services Office in Dwyer Hall at the Lake Campus.

University Refund Policy
Appeal procedures for tuition and late registration fees are available in Enrollment Services.

Financial Aid Drops and Withdrawals

Before making schedule changes, please consult with RaiderConnect or Enrollment Services to determine the impact on your financial aid. 

The majority of financial aid awards have enrollment status requirements you must meet and adhere to in order to be eligible to receive financial aid. Visit the Enrollment Changes and Return to Title IV for Federal Student Aid webpage to learn more.

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 below) based on costs established for the selected academic term.

PLEASE NOTE: This cost estimator is intended for students assessed general undergraduate or graduate fees. Professional students, such as Boonshoft School of Medicine or School of Professional Psychology students, and students who are not assessed general undergraduate or graduate fees are encouraged to contact their school, college or academic department to obtain the costs and fees related to their program of study.

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