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Wright State University

Wright State University is a public research university that was founded in 1964 in suburban Dayton, Ohio near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (about 45 minutes west of Columbus).   Over 13,000 students attend one of Wright State's two campuses (main campus in Dayton, and its Lake County campus in Celina), and  in over 242 academic programs, including a college of medicine.   

Information about transferring to Wright State University 

Information about transferring credits to Wright State

Information about transfer scholarships at Wright State

Visit and Contact Information

The Wright State Transfer team is available to meet with any student interested in transferring to Wright State University.  Students interested in learning more about Wright State, please contact the Transfer Student Resource Center at Wright State at transfer@wright.edu or call (937) 775-5700.  One of the team members can meet with students virtually or by phone or email.  

Visit wright.edu/transfer for additional events and transfer information.

wright.edu/transfer

 

PATHWAYS

Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways- A student who completes the associated AA or AS Bachelor's Degree Transfer major at Columbus State can follow the OGTP for the same major at Wright State.  Wright State offers the following OGTPs for these Columbus State majors:

Anthropology, Business, Art HistoryEnglishGeographyHistoryPhilosophyPolitical SciencePsychology (AA)Social Work, SociologyBiology, Chemistry, Economics (AS)Physics