Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology is responsible for the management, operation, and support of the College’s computer and communications systems. This includes the campus network and Internet connection, servers, desktop, and laptop computers, as well as the College’s VOIP telephone system, wireless phones, and educational technology.
The Office of Information Technology is also responsible for the Dutchman OneCard system and for the College’s administrative information systems used for registration, billing, financial aid, student recruiting, and fundraising. Staff members from Information Technology support faculty and students engaged in the teaching and learning process.
- Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
- Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
The Office of Information Technology is located in Clyde A. Lynch ’18 Memorial Hall, Suites 004 and 005. Call 717-867-6072 or ext. 6072, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or text 717-685-5820 for assistance or to schedule an appointment.
- Support technology solutions, purchases, and training
- Enterprise information planning, integration, and reporting
- Internet and custom application development and programming
- Information Privacy and Security
- Technology inventory and asset tracking
- Implement, manage, and support enterprise infrastructure
- Servers, Networks, Telecommunications, Cabling, Two-Way Radios, ID Card
- Support security cameras and emergency systems
- Disaster preparation, response, recovery; and provide technology support for emergency response teams
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is a leader on Lebanon Valley College’s campus in sustainable practices. We believe in sustainability and only purchase Energy Smart servers, RoHS-compliant network equipment, EPEAT Silver or higher desktops, laptops, and printers. We install multifunction devices (printer/scanner/copier/fax) where possible and purchase re-manufactured printer toners and recycle cartridges. We donate previously used equipment, first to non-profit organizations, and then to employees before recycling all remaining servers, computers, network, and printer equipment. Equipment from LVC has been donated all over the world including recently in Haiti, Lithuania, and Zimbabwe. The OIT participates in all College paper, glass, and cardboard recycling programs and recycles packing materials. In addition, OIT recycles out-of-service or scrap copper wire. We believe firmly in virtualization to reduce power consumption and have implemented virtualization in all data centers, and throughout many lab environments on campus.