•  Business Services
    Information Systems

    Michael Garrity, Associate VP of Information Systems
    (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3684


    Information Systems plans, implements and manages information technology solutions based on the needs of the College.  Information Systems is responsible for supporting administrative/academic computing, campus networking, printing, video surveillance, door alarms, audio visual, web sites, desktop computers, theater equipment, emergency loudspeaker system and the telephone system.  All mission critical electronic information that deals with college business is managed by Information Systems. Information Systems acts as the software and hardware purchasing agent for the College and ensures the legal use of software and hardware.  Information Systems’ overall goal is to provide support of academic and administrative technology in a courteous, timely and professional manner.


     MAJOR GOALS 2012-2013 

    Complete network overhaul and upgrade to support the needs of the campus community.

    Begin conversion of the current Student Information System (RALPH) to the new Datatel ERP.

    Maintain and enhance campus infrastructure to meet emerging communication and security needs.

    Document and publish Information Systems policies and procedures and make available to staff and students.

    Work with student support areas to implement new web-based solutions that will provide students and faculty with increased access to a wider scope of information, and promote Student Success.


    Work with administrative areas to identify their needs and make enhancements as needed to provide a user friendly and functional administrative system.

    Support on-going requirements of academic and administrative computing environments inclusive of Achieving the Dream, approved Master Plan projects and Enrollment Initiatives. 

    Ensure compliance with ICCB and other required state and federal reporting agencies.

    Manage the purchase and inventory of technology equipment and software.

    Manage the College’s Information Security and Identity Theft Prevention programs.

    Work toward “greening” the campus through campus-wide initiatives involving green systems, products and process.

















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