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Welcome to Wittenberg!

As an accepted student to Wittenberg, it's important that you complete the following steps to becoming a student this fall.

1. Make Your Deposit

Secure your spot in the incoming class by making your deposit online today. You will be directed to our online payment system to submit your deposit.

2. Complete the FAFSA

After October 1, file the FAFSA online. When you complete the FAFSA, include our Federal School Code (003143) so the results will be sent to us.

After reviewing those results, we will determine the amount of grants and scholarships you are eligible to receive. We will send you an aid package that includes those grants and scholarships, plus information on loans, payment plans, and work-study.

3. Schedule An Overnight Visit

The only way to truly know which college is right for you is to immerse yourself in the community and experience the campus alongside its students.

During your overnight stay you will learn more about the many opportunities that await you at Wittenberg.

During select weeks of the spring semester from January until May, single-night stays in our residence halls are available on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays for high school seniors who have been accepted to the university. You will have the opportunity to sit in on a class, meet with a faculty member or coach, and eat meals in the dining hall with current students.

4. Send Us Your Final Transcript

Have your school counselor mail a copy of your final high school transcript to:

Wittenberg University
Office of Admission
Post Office Box 720
Springfield, OH 45501-9975

5. Log on to the Deposited Student Portal

After you have made your deposit, details will be sent to you on how to access the Deposited Student Portal on MyWitt, where you will find information about housing, registration and placement testing as it becomes available.

6. Join the Conversation

Wittenberg has an extensive presence in various social media networks to keep you fully engaged in the university's compelling story.

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