If you are a faculty member (adjuncts included) and you need access to the CECS web server so that you can put up a web site for your class, you need to download the CECS Web Server Account Request Form, print it, fill it out, and turn it in to the College Computer Support staff (specifically, Mike VanHorn in 265 Russ). 

If you represent a student club and you need access to the CECS web server so you can publish your organizations events, etc., OR if you represent a special project of some sort, you need to download the CECS Organization Web Server Account Request Form, print it, fill it out, and turn it in to the College Computer Support staff (specifically, Mike VanHorn in 265 Russ). 

Note: These forms are only for faculty and staff members in the College of Engineering & Computer Science, and students who are in student clubs. If you are a student, either undergraduate or graduate, in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, or are a student, faculty, or staff member of any entity other than the College of Engineering & Computer Science, and you need a personal web site, you need to contact the CaTS Help Desk about getting access to the University Web Server.

Below are links to pages of interest to people in the College of Engineering and Computer Science who are developing pages for use on the CECS web server, www.cs.wright.edu.

IMPORTANT! WSU World Wide Web Policy

How to change your password on the CECS web server

How to set up web development tools to publish your web pages to the web server

How to Add a Counter to Your Page

Frequently Asked Questions about the CECS web server