Wayne State University faculty and their students have access to five innovative technology spaces this fall semester, including reservable labs with power supplies for personal devices, Apple computers, course-related software, and more.
To better support student success in the ever-evolving campus environment, Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) is installing laptop lockers—or secure storage lockers that charge and dispense rentable laptop computers—across main campus.
The Wayne State University Student Tracking Advising Retention System (STARS) upgrade project is approximately 64% complete! The project is a collaboration between the Office of the Provost, Academic Affairs, and Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) — and will allow Wayne State to provide proactive and individualized student care that is coordinated across university schools, colleges, and departments.
C&IT is pleased to announce that Wayne State has acquired a license for the Zoom video conferencing service. Accounts will be rolled out to campus in phases. Individuals will be notified when their account is ready to use.
Wayne State University Computing & Information Technology (C&IT) is proud to offer students, faculty and staff the services they need to accomplish their goals off-campus — but if done incorrectly, accessing university data from a home connection leaves all of us vulnerable to attack.
Wayne State University C&IT provides students, faculty and staff with the technology systems, services and tools they need to succeed. The web pages below outline how these resources may be accessed outside of Wayne State's networks. More web pages will be added as needed.