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College of Liberal Arts students have multiple opportunities to secure scholarships to ease the path to graduation. Some scholarships are based on merit, some on financial need, and some depend on the student’s course of study.
By submitting just one application, all students -- incoming, continuing, and transfer students -- can apply for multiple scholarships for 2018–2019. This university-wide undergraduate and graduate 2018–2019 Scholarship Application is open until January 8, 2018. For more information regarding the Financial Aid Scholarship process, please call Raider Connect at 775-4000.
The CoLA Dean's Office is accepting applications for two additional scholarships. Applications for the CoLA Leadership Scholarship (PDF) and the CoLA Study Abroad Scholarship (PDF) are both due to the CoLA Dean's Office (163 Millett) by Friday, January 26, 2018. For more information regarding these scholarships, please call (937) 775-2233 or email email@example.com.
In addition, all majors in the college have scholarships for continuing majors. See the webpages for each major for more information.
Keep in mind that these scholarship applications all require letters of recommendation so please allow enough time to ask your faculty, work supervisors, club advisors, etc. to write you that very important letter!
Graduate scholarship opportunities available for WPAFB civilian and military employees.
Automatic scholarship upon accceptance. $2500/semester for 6 or more credit hours.
The College of Liberal Arts Emergency Fund assists students with one-time funding when financial support is urgently needed. The maximum award is $500. Please fill out this application form (PDF) and submit it to the CoLA Dean's Office for consideration.
The College of Liberal Arts Graduation Fund assists students with one-time funding for undergraduate students who will graduate at the end of the 2018 Summer semester and have a compelling need for financial assistance to complete their degree. The maximum award is $500. Please fill out this application form (PDF) and submit it to the CoLA Dean's Office for consideration.
Students in the College of Liberal Arts have many opportunities to grow their portfolio of skills and experiences. Some may qualify for the honors program. Others may study abroad, either with short term experiences led by Wright State faculty in the Summer Ambassador Program or by spending a semester abroad. Service learning courses provide academic classes that include engagement with community partners. Internships can be arranged either through academic departments or through Class Workforce Development.
Questions or Concerns?
The College of Liberal Arts (CoLA) Dean’s Student Advisory Board is a student run organization that advocates for the needs of students within the College of Liberal Arts at Wright State University. The board works diligently to make sure that every student in CoLA feels that their voice is being heard. They are committed to working with the Dean to address any issue a CoLA student may have.
The Dean’s Student Advisory Board works closely with the Center for Liberal Arts Student Success to plan various programs for fun and professional development. They also are involved in various philanthropic efforts at the University and within the Dayton region.
Please feel free to contact our board with any concerns you may have. We are eager to help and will do everything we can to resolve the issue.