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Campus Resources

Technology and Tools

Purchasing Technology

With the 4U program - UW-Whitewater students and employees are able to take advantage of great savings on software, hardware, and cell phones. Visit the 4U Website to find out more!

Internet Access

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.

Computer Labs

Computer LabThere 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.

Technology Equipment

Wondering where you might check out an I-Pad, laptop, projector, or flip phone?  Check out the technology available at the Library by clicking on Circulation at this link!

Online Courses

Are you planning on taking an online course?  Start here to get an idea of what you need.

Having the right technology for your online course is a key element to the success.


UW-Whitewater uses Canvas, a web-based course management system for instruction. Many courses use Canvas 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 Canvas »

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.

Learning Resources

Student Success Center

The Campus Tutorial Services are located in the Mary Poppe Chrisman Success Center. They offer one-to-one or group study sessions in courses across the curriculum. Subjects include math, writing, study skills, computer skills, and preparation for the PPST and Praxis II exams. Cyber tutoring is also available for commuter and online students.

Library Resources

Need help researching a topic for your research paper? If so, Andersen Library is a great place to begin. Reference librarians provide direct, personal assistance to faculty, students, staff and community visitors.


If you have a large printing project, consult  Copy Services on campus located in Moraine Hall - Room 24.

Resources for Commuters

Commuting - Car Pool Connections - Parking

There are many parking lots around campus designated for commuters. To learn more about which lots, and how to get connected with a parking permit, view the Visitor and Parking website.

Dining Options for Commuters

A meal plan to Suit Your Needs... "My Meals" is available exclusively for students who live off-campus.

Guest Housing

HousingUniversity Housing is pleased to offer reduced-rate housing for commuter students, faculty, families, and others associated with the University. The facility is located on the 4th floor of Goodhue Hall and offers a convenient, centrally-located place to stay.

University Health and Counseling Center

Our Health Center staff strives to provide a safe, supportive, and helpful atmosphere to address the psychological, personal, and physical well-being of all students. Many wonderful resources can be accessed online.