Undergraduate and Graduate Deadlines
Wright State University has a rolling admissions policy. This system allows applicants who qualify for admission but who have not submitted their documents with enough processing time to be admitted for a subsequent semester if applicants submit a deferral form.
|Semester||Early Deadline||Final Deadline|
|If all requirements met I-20 will be for desired semester||Admission may be for a later semester|
|Fall||May 15||June 15|
|Spring||September 30||October 31|
|Summer||February 15||March 15|
Note: Certain graduate programs have specific deadlines. Please get in touch to find out the deadlines for your program of interest.
Must have a 2.5 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale).
In order to meet the English proficiency for UG admissions, any International applicant must submit official results of any of the following with minimum score as indicated:
- TOEFL – 61
- IELTS – 5.5 with no subscore lower than 5.0
- PEARSON PTE – 51
- Satisfactory completion of LEAP level 4 TOEFL Waiver Track
- Graduation from a US Senior High School
Note: Some colleges/programs have a higher English Proficiency requirement (see below):
- College of Engineering – Minimum TOEFL 71
- English major: Minimum TOEFL 79; Minimum IELTS 6.5 or Minimum Pearson 58
Have earned a 4-year baccalaureate degree/3-year baccalaureate degree from select international institutions or its equivalent from an accredited college, university, or other institution of higher learning.
Demonstrated proficiency in English: a minimum score of 79/120(IBT) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or a band 6 or higher through the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or a score of 57 or higher on the Pearson PTE.
|10 Feb||Saint Petersburg||Russia|
|To be defined||To be defined||India|
|4 Apr||Sarajevo||Bosnia & Herzegovina|
“Wright State is a great value. You get an excellent education at an affordable cost.”
Cassie Caplinger (U. S. A.) // B.A. in English
Estimated Cost for two semester
Wright State University does not offer full funding or guarantee scholarships.
Wright State’s First Year Student Scholarship Program is merit-based and designed to recognize academically outstanding and creatively talented students. Scholarships range in value from $500 to $20,000.
Graduate applicants are automatically considered for Wright State’s merit-based scholarship awards which range in value from $600 to $3,400 per semester. All of Wright State’s graduate departments have a limited number of graduate assistantship positions available each year.