The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is the central unit responsible for supporting the academic, research, and administrative aims of the campus through the effective use of technology. OIT supports computer labs, desktop computers, instructional technology, campus-wide systems and network infrastructures. OIT offers two computing help desks and software training.
Led by Dr. Lori Temple, Vice Provost for Information Technology, since 1998, OIT has grown from a unit of 43 to 97. OIT leadership meets weekly to discuss IT infrastructure needs. If you want to join a new initiative, or start a new project, contact Lori Temple.
Search OIT's employee database to find people by name, title or group.
Download documents like the Technology Report and Student Technology Guide.
The Service Catalog summarizes computing services OIT provides customers.
OIT conducts annual surveys to assess the technology environment and users' satisfaction with services.
Lists groups in OIT that work together to provide technology services.
Several colleges, departments and units employ technicians to meet their unique computing needs. These groups do not report to OIT but we work together on many campus-wide initiatives.