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Thu 3/22/18 9:34 AM
An ITS Student worker will be in the O’Malley Library Jamboard Room #401 to give students a Jamboard Training Session on the following dates during Community Period:  Wednesday, March 21st from noon to 1:00 pm Wednesday, April 4th from noon to 1:00 pm The following topics will be covered: Explain what a Jamboard is and its features  Overview of the system of ownership and collaborators Using
Fri 3/16/18 2:07 PM
UPDATE: The generator test in Horan Hall was completed successfully. Physical Plant will be conducting a generator test in Horan Hall today, March 15th at approximately 2:30pm. We apologize for such short notice. There will be two brief outages, one while switching to generator power, the other while switching back to main power. This will not affect the rest of campus.
Mon 3/12/18 3:01 PM
If you would like to request an upgrade of a software already installed in the computer labs or if you would like us to install a new software in the computer labs on campus, please fully read through the information on the link provided and fill out the Software Request form here. (click the big green box that says “Request Service”) Note that software listed here is already scheduled to be
Thu 3/8/18 5:43 PM
Updated login pages for Self-Service, Banner, and ATS (Applicant Tracking System) will be released to the campus community on Tuesday, 3/13. The updates to the service pages better align the page designs with the college's current online web presence. As part of the update, we have also committed to following the practice of accessible web design to insure that the web pages are usable by
Fri 3/2/18 4:01 PM
This is just a reminder to keep an eye on this report for Rooms Currently Experiencing Issues.  Knowing ahead of time can help you mitigate how to handle your classes.