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This fund supports the expenditures related to support Air Force ROTC, including financial support to cadets in the form of scholarship dollars and textbooks or other assistance
Available to admitted transfer students who are Ohio residents pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or Medicine (STEMM); 3.0 GPA or above.
This fund supports expenses related to first year experience programs including First Weekend, and many other first year initiatives
This fund was established to provide support for expenditures related to General Education, which may include support for student travel and other student activities, speakers' fees, and purchase of general education books and other materials.
This fund was established to benefit the Honors Program.
This fund was established to provide financial support for use by the Ohio Core and/or PK-12 programming.
This fund was established as support for the Service Learning and Civic Engagement program and may include supplies, travel and other related expenses.
This fund was established to fund expenses used for advancing and improving the quality of teaching, instruction, and faculty development.
This fund supports the Wright State University Honors Institute operating expenses, including publicity, student internship stipends, conference and speaker fees/expenses, curriculum development costs, etc.
This fund was established for any and all expenses associated with the Youth and Family Forum held in the fall each year, including food, space rental and publicity.


This scholarship is for WSU Army ROTC cadets who exhibit the leadership attributes that epitomize 2LT Eric Payton.
This scholarship supports the WSU ROTC cadets, who have a minimum gpa of 2.5.
This fund was established to recognize and provide financial encouragement to CT&L student employees. Recipient must be employed by CT&L and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0.
Funds will be used to support the Office of Service Learning through the DP&L Service Learning Scholar Award and other program support
This scholarship is for students who are the first members of their family that is going to college.
This scholarship was established by Mr. Salsburg (B.A., Religion, 1976) before his death to encourage academic excellence. Available to junior and senior Honors Program students who have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA, are in good standing, and are working toward graduation as University Honors Scholars (visit University Honors Program Student Handbook); the selection committee seeks to reward the applicant who best exemplifies Frank Salsburg's combination of academic excellence, strong vocational goals, and a record of service to campus and community
This Scholarship supports students enrolled in the Honors Program
This scholarship supports the students of Art and Art History
This award is open to students who have been inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Wright State Chapter
Scholarships for students transferring to Wright State from Sinclair Community College.
This scholarship provides funds for underrepresented students attending Wright State University through a process set up in OCAN