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A service for 4+1 Undergraduate students to request registration for a Coordinator-approved Graduate-level course.

Support for academic assessment efforts at the course, department, and program level using analytics.

This service provides the planning, coordination, and facilitation of activities related to compliance obligations and adherence to standards for risk management, information security, and cybersecurity including; information gathering, generating reports, providing analysis, and follow-up on recommendations or findings.

Information Technology Services (ITS) offers limited support for auxiliary or ancillary information systems within the University (a.k.a. “departmental systems”) that are not part of the primary administrative and student information system of record (a.k.a. Banner). These information systems include those not covered by one of the other service descriptions that are used to support; health and human services, campus police, library services, governance, policy administration, among other things. While these systems may be hosted locally within the University’s data center or in the cloud, ITS primarily provides essential technological infrastructure (e.g., network connectivity), varying levels of integration, basic troubleshooting, and security oversight. Responsibility for more comprehensive support for the management and day-to-day administration of these departmental systems typically resides within an administrative office outside of ITS.

If you need to request a Biographic/Demographic change, update, or correction.

This service offering includes a combination of professional services, generally accepted best practices, and technologies supported by the University’s Information Technology Services organization that are either used in some combination or individually to help automate, improve, and measure business processes. Technology applications Include document imaging, electronic signatures, online forms, workflow management, job scheduling, along with other various forms of process automation and improvement.

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Change Management effectively controls the lifecycle of all modifications to IT infrastructure and enterprise application services through standardized methods and procedures. The primary objective is to enable beneficial changes to be made with minimum disruption.

The scope of this service includes the development and delivery of IT communications related to delivery of IT services. This might include communications related to system changes, service offerings, or service outages (planned or unplanned). Functionally, it also includes maintenance of support documentation and/or the service catalog.

This service provides the planning, and coordination that is necessary in order to adequately prepare for, recover from, and restore technological infrastructure, information systems and online services in the event of a natural disaster or some other occurrence that is defined as a harmful event or major incident.

Offerings that help provide a secure computing environment for end users, and seek to prevent or at least mitigate breaches of information security by reducing vulnerabilities and mitigating potential threats.

This service provides the appropriate management and oversight mechanisms to ensure reliability, scalability, physical security and operation of University physical and virtual data centers, inclusive of on-premises, remote, and cloud-based data centers (a.k.a. Infrastructure as a Service or IaaS).

This service provides faculty and staff with the tools, knowledge, and assistance they need to ensure adequate data stewardship (quality standards, agreed upon definitions, and authorized access), and the ability to design, develop and/or run reports using data extracted from centrally managed information systems supported by the University’s Information Technology Services organization. This includes the administration of and technical support for the University’s data management and reporting infrastructure.

Use this service to submit a question or concern regarding a Degree Audit.

Support for end-point devices, including laptops, desktops, mobile devices, and related peripherals that are not in the printing service. These devices might be personally or institutionally owned (including loaner equipment) and might be part of a shared pool or a computer lab. Includes support for the associated operating system, hardware, and systems that provide enterprise management of computing devices.