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Student Services

Technical Support

Have a question, suggestion, or concern about Pilot or computing issues? The Help Desk is your first step in resolving these issues and provides a single point of contact for the university. The Help Desk offers phone, walk-in, and e-mail support for all computing platforms and applications installed by CaTS, and is dedicated to making technology more useful and accessible for all students, faculty, and staff. 

Local Phone: (937) 775-4827
Toll Free: 1-888-775-4827
Email: helpdesk@wright.edu
Main Office: 025 Library Annex

Disability Services

Wright State University takes pride in its diverse student population. Access is a vital feature of the Wright State community; virtually the entire campus is accessible.

We believe that a student's college education is an opportunity to develop academically, vocationally, and personally. Students with disabilities are encouraged to develop independence to the fullest extent possible and to assume responsibility for their chosen lifestyles.

We strive to teach students skills that will assist them as they transition into the professional world. Our focus on independence is the reason that we are ranked as a national leader in accommodating students with disabilities. Over 500 students with physical, learning, and/or psychological disabilities participate in our programs each year.

University Writing Center

Writers of all skill levels can benefit from informed feedback about their writing. Wright State University provides funding so that students may have writing consultations free of charge. Our staff of trained undergraduate and graduate writing consultants from across the disciplines can provide support at any stage of your writing process. While we will not write or edit your work for you, a conversation with a writing consultant can help you:

  • Discover the strengths and weaknesses in a piece of writing;
  • Understand assignment criteria;
  • Make sense of your source materials;
  • Generate and organize your ideas;
  • Develop a writing plan;
  • Formulate a thesis statement;
  • Develop your content;
  • Create compelling introductions & conclusions;
  • Learn how to properly quote & paraphrase information from sources;
  • Learn how to properly cite your sources;
  • Develop revision & editing strategies;
  • Prepare your writing for publication/presentation.

(937) 775-4186

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