Center for Independent Achievement

13373-283.jpgCIA provides experiences and opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to ensure their success in academe.

Services are free of charge to WSU - LC students

  • Technology Assistance (TA)/Computer Lab
  • Disability Services

Computers and materials allow students opportunities to improve their basic skill deficiencies or allow more advanced students to progress more rapidly in certain subjects or skills. In addition, CIA assists disabled students in the realization of their potential by providing supplemental services on their behalf. Such services may include readers, scribes, extended testing arrangements, test proctoring, and textbooks on CD.

Technology Assistance (TA) is an individualized instructional service in CIA that provides students, staff and faculty at the Lake Campus an opportunity to become familiar and comfortable with a variety of technological tools to ensure successful learner-centered experiences. For example, using either a Windows or Macintosh environment, visitors can design and create original multimedia assignments, presentations and displays to augment their academic and professional goals. This technology is available to be checked out. Please contact Deanna Springer to make arrangements.

As a result, the Lake Campus community will become more technologically savvy and capable of being successful and competitive in our increasingly tech-dependent global society. Trained student lab assistants will be available to assist participants on a first come/first served basis. It is our hope that those acquiring these marketable and specialized skills will gain an edge for successful learning/teaching experiences, future employment and lifelong achievement.

Contact information:

Center for Independent Achievement
225 Dwyer Hall
Deanna Springer, Office Assistant
deanna.springer@wright.edu
419-586-0366

Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday: By Appointment Only