Are you shopping for a computer, cell phone, or software? As a UW-Whitewater student you qualify for a discount. For more information, visit the 4U website.
At UW-Whitewater we offer free access to and extensive wireless network. Click here to get connected »
Technology Support Center Help Desk
The Technology Support Center staff provides telephone support for many computer hardware and software issues.
For technology questions call the Computer Help Desk at 262-472-4357 or stop in the office located in Andersen Library - 2000.
Tools and Resources
There are several computer labs with free printing located around campus for public use.
For more information on locations, hours of operation, and technology available in our labs, visit iCIT's Labs and Classrooms website.
If you have a large printing project, consult Copy Services on campus located in Moraine Hall - Room 24.
Wondering where you might check out an I-Pad, laptop, projector, or flip phone? Check out the technology available at the Library!
UW-Whitewater uses D2L (Desire 2Learn), a web based course management system for instruction. Many courses use D2L to make announcements, store course material, conduct discussions and quizzes, collect assignments, and post grades on the Web for convenient access. Learn more on how to use D2L »
You will become very familiar with WINS (Whitewater Information Network for Students). It serves as a personal information network that is available for registering for classes, checking financial records, and viewing your advising report. Click here to learn more.
Are you planning on taking an online course? Start here to get an idea of what you need.
Having the proper technology environment needed for your online course is a key element to the success of your online course. Knowing the technology requirements for your course can save you hours of frustration. It will also help technical staff to more easily diagnose any problem you might have.
Before you begin any online course, make sure you understand any specific information your instructor may have provided on what the course requires, and plan accordingly. Trying to upgrade to the proper system requirements in the middle of a course may not be practical, and can lead to wasted effort, money, and unsatisfactory grades.