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Sonoma State University

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center 1000
(707) 664-2346

Senior Director
Chief Information Officer
Sam Scalise

Sonoma State University / Information Technology provides the spectrum of services needed to deliver quality academic and administrative technology.  SSU/IT works with:

  • The faculty and students to provide Academic Computing and Instructional Technology in support of teaching and research.
  • The administration and staff to provide Administrative Information   Systems for the management of finances, human resources, student records and other mission critical needs.

SSU/IT brings together teams of expertise across a range of technologies to provide the necessary guidance and leadership to fully implement successful efforts in instructional and administrative technology.  SSU/IT specifies campus-wide standards and provides consulting in order to ensure all technology systems are cost-effective and architecturally sound.

SSU/IT provides e-mail, web pages, multimedia equipment, video production, instructional technology software, videoconferencing facilities, high-tech classrooms and media services preview rooms.  A fully staffed help desk provides consulting in the use of information technology.  Consultants are available by phone, 664-HELP; e-mail, helpdesk@sonoma.edu; or in person, Schulz 1063.

Workstation support is provided to faculty and staff for their office-based computers. SSU/IT provides assistance to faculty in developing on-line multimedia content.

Computer labs with a wide range of software are available to students, faculty, and staff. Lab consultants may be reached at 664-LABS.  The 24-Hour Lab is open continuously during the semester. Other labs may be scheduled for classes.  Schedules are posted outside each lab and on the web at www.sonoma.edu/it/labs.

SSU/IT operates a high-speed campus and residential network with more than 20,000 nodes that provide access to resources from the campus and across the Internet. SSU/IT also operates a modern phone system with more than 4,000 lines for the campus and residential community.

SSU/IT is responsible for the technical operation of administrative information systems for Human Resources, Finance, and Student Information systems.

Sonoma State University is a member institution of CENIC. As such, users of SSU's network facilities must follow the Acceptable Use Policy (www.sonoma.edu/it/get_connected/computing/aup.shtml).

For more information see www.sonoma.edu/it.