To provide adequate access by students, faculty, staff, and administrators to computing and communications resources, including hardware as well as relevant and appropriate software and information retrieval services so that information technology is regarded as a basic feature of college life.
To provide a means to generate and/or evaluate appropriate academic and administrative software, and to provide an adequate faculty and staff knowledge base to use that software effectively.
To provide ongoing and evolving instructional and research support services to meet the needs of a group of scholars with constantly changing levels of sophistication and expertise.
To provide ongoing and evolving administrative support services to meet the needs of a diverse array of departments in fulfillment of the college's mission.
To provide faculty development programs to facilitate the appropriate and effective introduction of computing across the disciplines.
To provide a high-speed campus-wide voice, data, and video network linking students, faculty, and staff with each other and with the world-wide community of scholars.
To provide a single on-line information system that offers college-wide access to a broad selection of instructional and information resources and services--a gateway to an information rich environment for students, faculty, and staff.
To promote the integration of new technologies with each other and with the mission of the college.
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