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Committee: University Technology Council



In addition to the chair, one faculty member from each undergraduate college and the College of Optometry, and representatives from each of the following areas: Library, Information Technology Services, Web Services, Business Affairs, Student Affairs / Enrollment Management, Student Financial Services, Budgeting, Development, Human Resources, Academic Affairs, and NSGA representative. The Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Director of Information Technology are non-voting, ex officio members.


The University Technology Committee evaluates the technology needs of the University and provides leadership regarding technology initiatives. The committee assesses academic and administrative needs pertaining to hardware, software, standards, networks, services, policies, etc.; evaluates policies and services across campuses; and annually updates the 3-year university technology plan. The committee strives to understand and anticipate the needs of the university community and make recommendations to the Vice President for Administration and Finance regarding priorities and strategic initiatives.


At least once per semester and as called by the chair. Recommendations are sent to the Vice President for Administration and Finance.