Information Technology

When students move into the new University Suites and Riverview Suites residence halls this year and take classes at the Health and Social Sciences building, they all will be outfitted with robust networking, wireless accessibility, telecommunications and VoIP (voice over internet protocol). 
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Students will have access to biology, business, health sciences and other software applications wherever they are using their laptops, tablets or other devices instead of visiting campus computer labs, thanks to technology being introduced this fall.

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All-new walk-in IT Help Center opens on South Campus. Get the answers you need Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Learn more
The Office of Academic Affairs has collaborated with Information Technology to roll out Starfish, a program that looks at grades, attendance and behavioral issues of first-year students to help identify those headed for academic trouble. Learn more.