Wright State University has extended the deadline for high school seniors who enroll for the fall 2020 semester to qualify for Academic Performance Scholarships.
First-year students who apply to Wright State by June 1 will automatically be considered for an Academic Performance Scholarship. No scholarship application is required.
These undergraduate scholarships range from $2,000 to full in-state tuition, room and board and books, and are renewable for four years. The scholarships are available to eligible new students who enroll directly from high school for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Academic Performance Scholarships include the Wright State University National Scholarship, Semifinalist Scholarship, Valedictorian Scholarship, Raider Excellence Scholarship, Academic Scholarship, Paul Laurence Dunbar and the Montgomery Greene Scholarship.
Prospective students can determine possible eligibility for an Academic Performance Scholarship by filling out the Scholarship calculator at bit.ly/AcadPerfScholar.
Named for the Wright brothers, aviation pioneers who taught the world to fly, Wright State offers students an exceptional education that helps them discover their own potential. With 144 undergraduate programs, students are sure to find a major that fits their interests and career goals.