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eRecycling Program

The eRecycling program saves thousands of pounds of technology equipment from going to landfills and provides savings to the University.


YTD Statistics:

  • 9,396 pounds of equipment saved!
  • $558,790.00 savings for the University!

3rd Annual CIT Celebrates Technological Advancements, Collaboration

The 3rd Annual CIT Conference was held Tuesday, May 19, 2015 in the State Farm Hall of Business. More than 150 participants enjoyed discussing and learning about a broad variety of IT topics throughout the day. Many of the topics focused on new technologies and their application in the higher education environment.


AT Projects, Events Featured in Insights Newsletter

Check out the most recent round of updates for the Insights newsletter from the Division of Finance and Planning...it features several current and upcoming AT projects and events:


Registration for CIT 2015 Now Available!

Registration is now open for the 2015 CIT Conference, which will be held Tuesday, May 19, 2015, at the State Farm Hall of Business. CIT is a great opportunity to learn about and discuss various experiences, projects and expertise on IT and IT-related topics. For more information or to register, visit the CIT homepage.


AT Training Now Available

AT is now providing training for employees who will be using Campus Solutions. The training team is hosting training sessions which cover Admissions, Academic Advisement, Student Financials, Financial Aid, and Student Records. Please visit the AT Training page for more information on upcoming trainings and associated materials.


FY14 AT Annual Report Published

The FY14 AT Annual Report has been published. In it, you will find profiles of all AT teams and a quick reference guide for each, strategic decisions, AT's major accomplishments from last fiscal year, and plans for this fiscal year.


The Technology Support Center (TSC) has Moved

Visit the Technology Support Center at their new location in Julian Hall 145! They are open from 8 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday and 12 pm to 3 pm, Saturday and Sunday for walk-up support.


Quarterly Report

To gain insight into the performance of services Administrative Technologies provides to the campus, a quarterly report has been published detailing this information.


Request a New or Make Changes to an Existing Technology

Administrative Technologies can assist our business partners with a request for a new technology solution, or to make changes to an existing technology. Please do this prior to purchasing a product on your own, or issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP). Your Business Analyst can assist with the following:

  • Answer your questions
  • Discuss your business needs
  • Help identify solutions that meet those needs
  • Document your business requirements
  • Perform any necessary process mapping
  • Assist you with developing a business case (if necessary), and getting it on the Data Stewardship Council’s agenda.  Please check the business case submission deadline on the Stewardship Council Meeting schedule.