4,300: Campus Computing Services
Revised: April 2014
Information Technology (IT) provides computing, software, networking, security, and communications support services to students, faculty, staff, clinics, and visitors of the University throughout the state.
IT manages and supports major software applications, data warehousing, network services, servers and storage, workstations and other equipment, mobile devices, and computing labs. The goal of the organization is to assist departments and colleges in automating administrative or academic processes and thereby improve the efficiency and accuracy of university operations.
The faculty, staff and student employees of IT are responsible for core IT systems and services, including email, network storage, account management, and campus telephones. IT support is available online, over the phone, in the field, or by visiting an IT help desk. Free consultation and some fee-based services are offered to departments for hardware purchasing, upgrades, specialized equipment, and customized or dedicated services.