The mission of Information Technology (IT) is to provide the technology infrastructure and support necessary for the institution to meet its strategic goals and objectives. It also serves to encourage, promote and facilitate the innovative use of technology in faculty pedagogy and student learning.
Information Technology consists of three main areas. These work together in providing information technology support and services to both academic and non–academic related functions of the University.
Technology Operations and Support
Technology Operations and Support provides the best experience possible for all end–users of technology on campus. We collaborate and implement the best methods for deploying, maintaining, and supporting the equipment and infrastructure necessary to complete this experience. This includes workstation systems, mobile devices, software, telecommunication systems, our data network and server systems.
Web Services provides leadership and support for Freed–Hardeman’s website and both academic and non–academic web application environments. Web Services is dedicated to researching and providing web technologies that enhance learning, service, and efficiency. This is done while maintaining a focus of reliability, usability and accessibility.
The area of Administrative Systems is responsible for all hardware and software necessary to carry on all university related business. Administrative Systems provides on-going technical implementation support for the systems and functional support for the users.