The founding fathers of Wright State University, Stanley Allyn and Robert S. Oelman, broke construction on Allyn Hall, the university’s first structure, in 1963. In September 1964, the campus opened with only 55 teachers and 3,203 students. It was given its current name the next year to honour the Wright brothers. In 1967, the institution was granted independent status. It currently has eight colleges and three schools, as well as Higher Learning Commission accreditation (HLC). The Wright State University campus is 557 acres in size and is located in Dayton, Ohio. The campus is well-equipped, with 71 academic buildings, 33 residential buildings, and a large athletic and entertainment complex.
Two theatres and two concert halls, as well as faculty offices and classrooms, are housed in the Creative Arts Centre. The Nutter Centre, Tom Hanks Centre for Motion Pictures, Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building, and Paul Laurence Dunbar Library are all located on campus. Near addition, the institution has a 173-acre branch campus in Celina, Ohio, known as the Lake Campus. Accountancy, physical education, engineering, agriculture, anthropology, art, business, sciences, languages, computer science, social science, media, nursing, pharmacy, and psychology are among the 295 doctoral, graduate, undergraduate, and professional degree programmes offered by the institution. There are 879 full-time and part-time faculty members at the university, as well as over 15,000 students. Foreign students from 65 countries make up 5.3 percent of the student body.
To be considered for admission, international applicants must submit their applications before the deadlines. For undergraduate programmes, admission is offered on a rolling basis to domestic applicants.
|Semester||Early Deadline||Final Deadline|
|Fall||May 3||June 14|
|Spring||October 31||November 30|
|Summer||February 28||March 31|
Graduate application deadlines vary depending on the programme. Applicants must check the official course page for the application deadlines for their selected course. The following are the deadlines for certain programmes:
|Course||MBA||MS Applications||MPA Applications|
|Fall||February 15||May 3||August 16|
|Spring||September 30||September 30||December 1|
|Summer||May 15||February 15||May 1|
Wright State University accepts foreign candidates; the university has about 1800 international students. The admissions process is the same for international and domestic applicants. Applicants from outside the United States, on the other hand, must meet some additional requirements.
Application Portal: University Application Portal
Application Fee: UG- 30 USD | PG- 40 USD
International applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency if English is not their first language. The following are the minimum English Language Test results required by the university:
|English Test||Minimum Scores Required (Undergraduate)||Minimum Scores Required (Graduate)|
|Endowment||93 million USD|
|Mode of Program||Full time; Part-time; online|
|Campus Housing Capacity||19%|
|Application Fee||30 USD|
|Application Season||Fall, Spring, and Summer|
|English language proficiency score||TOEFL or equivalent|
|Financial Aid||Available as Grants, Loans, Scholarships, and Work-Study|
|Admission Helpdeskemail@example.com | 937 775-5700|
All prospective university students are highly urged to plan their finances ahead of time before submitting their applications. As a result, below is a budget for international students studying in the United States that you might find useful:
|Expense||Amount in USD|
|Tuition fee||9,498 per semester|
|International fee||150 per semester|
|Career services||25 per semester|
|Annual living expenses||9,000|
|Annual health insurance||2,460|
|Dining plan||Varies based on selection|
|Annual total (2semesters)||31,598|
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