Administrative Computing is responsible for planning, implementation, development, and maintenance of the information management systems that support the administrative functions of the university. Essential functions include:
- Managing and administering the university's fully-integrated information management system (Datatel);
- Developing and maintaining an administrative computing strategic plan for the university, based on management priorities, policy directions, goals, and the university's mission;
- Collaborating with various university offices to develop effective computing and other technology-related solutions.
If you need assistance, you may contact:
Director of Administrative Computing, David Bolton
Administrative System Support Specialist, John Stillwagon
Administrative Computing Programmer/Analyst, Brian Netherton