Academic Support Services
University College www.wright.edu/univ_college
Virtually all undergraduate students begin their academic careers in the University College which provides:
University Libraries www.libraries.wright.edu/services/distlearn
ALL distance learners currently enrolled in a course at Wright State University are entitled to use the University Libraries' resources and services, including:
Career Services career.wright.edu
Career Services helps students and alumni develop career and life-planning skills, acquire experience, master job search strategies, and seek rewarding employment via programs in:
Office of Disability Services www.wright.edu/students/dis_services
The Office of Disability Services offers a variety of services to students diagnosed with physical, learning and psychological disabilities. These services include
Information concerning the materials necessary to apply for services is listed on the Office of Disability Services Web page at www.wright.edu/students/dis_services . Once a student has submitted documentation a pre-service interview appointment should be scheduled. For a distance learning student, a phone interview may be arranged.
Computing and Telecommunication Services—Help Desk www.wright.edu/cats
If you encounter any problems, please contact the CaTS Help Desk. The CaTS Help Desk can assist you with your CAMPUS account and any of the services it can access, including WINGS, the university portal at wings.wright.edu.
Phone: (937) 775-4827, or toll free (888) 775-4827
For Help Desk hours and further contact information, see
A 10-minute Tour
The following presentation will introduce you to campus resources for online learners and help you make a smooth transistion to Wright State University: