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ITS provides emerging, reliable, and cost effective technology resources and services to enhance student learning and teaching as well as augment research and administrative functions of the university.

The Chief Information Technology Officer (CITO) works collaboratively with University stakeholders and the campus community to develop and implement University IT strategies. Partnering and collaborating with University stakeholders (colleges and departments) will allow for strategic value creation and the accomplishments of University mission, goals and objectives. In addition, the CITO works collaboratively with University stakeholders to ensure sound IT alignment and governance framework, which can be demonstrated by:

  • Implementing technology solutions and infrastructure to support pedagogy, teaching, learning research and administrative functions;
  • Adopting best practices for technology and service delivery;
  • Ensuring effective system integration;
  • Eliminating redundancies;
  • Managing and prioritizing IT projects;
  • Leveraging cloud technologies; and
  • Enforcing security standards and compliance.

IT services are delivered via dedicated staff and include enterprise solutions, infrastructure and support for:

  • Enterprise technology systems and initiatives;
  • Web services;
  • Hardware and software;
  • Classroom technology;
  • Student technology services and computer labs;
  • University Housing network;
  • Application services/data center;
  • Network/Internet; and
  • Telecommunications.