The mission of Information Technology is to leverage technology and add value to the educational experience at Loyola. IT will provide current technology, prompt service, and a robust network to allow the fair, accurate and free interchange of educational content, information and ideas throughout the Loyola community and the world.
Information Technology's team is organized into 4 functional units:
Information Management is responsible for the development, maintenance and support of Loyola’s administrative systems including:
Reporting programming problems or requests for enhancements should be addressed to the Information Management Director, Stephen Lousteau. Detailed descriptions should be sent through email or interoffice memo. Please be sure to include a detailed description of the problem or system enhancement and any supporting documentation.
Computer and Network Services provides support for Loyola’s technology infrastructure which includes:
Client Services provides end-user support for the Loyola community including:
Client Services also supports all IT student computer labs on campus.
The Client Services Help Desk is available from 8:30 – 4:45 Monday thru Friday.
Distributed Systems provides support for Loyola’s server-based administrative systems including: