Wright State students can save 20% on summer tuition


Wright State University students are earning an opportunity to save 20% on tuition when taking up to three credit hours during the summer 2017 semester. Undergraduates that have taken at least 24-credits during the prior fall and spring semesters are eligible to qualify for a reimbursement of up to $236 per course.

“Whether students are trying to save money or graduate early, taking one course each summer could help them complete their degree as much as a semester early, saving tuition and getting them out into the workforce,” said University Registrar Amanda Steele-Middleton.

Read the article from the Dayton Daily News.

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