Information technology functions in a collaborative manner with several standing groups or committees on campus.
- Campus Information Security Committee
Procedure and policy development committee to assure University assets are secure and protected in compliance with state and federal regulations.
- College Representatives
Collaborative allocation of technology fee distributed computing funds.
- Educational Technology Committee
Researches and recommends current and emerging instructional technology.
- Faculty Senate Academic and Information Technology Council
Functions as a body to assist in developing and revising the University's strategic plan for information technology, and other IT policies.
- Information Technology Executive Advisory Board
Policy and strategic decision making involving commitment of IT resources.