Administrative Computing is responsible for the implementation, operation, maintenance and evolution of the University’s administrative and academic systems. This unit works with the University to plan, acquire, develop, and maintain core operational and student support systems. It consults with University clients on the re-design of business processes, and the application of technology to facilitate and support operational change. The Administrative Computing unit works to appropriately permit access to University data, and provides leadership in the research and development of digital library initiatives. This unit also provides project management leadership for Information Technology Services efforts.
Information and Applications
- Committee Structure
- Data Standards Document
- End-User Training/Workshops/Documentation
- Identity Management
- Mailers+4 Documentation
- Area Specific Resources (user login required)