Your Campus IT connection

Information Technology Services puts the main focus on assisting traditional and distance students, faculty, and administration. Our mission is to help you succeed with your technology requirements. Our staff consists of a team of professionals ready to assist in any way possible to provide solutions to your information technology needs.

Services we offer are:

  • WiFi coverage in all our buildings
    Dorms, lounges, and all other buildings have continuous coverage for Internet access.
  • PC Tune-up
    Already have a computer? We will go through it for you removing applications that could slow down your computer’s performance.
  • Software installation assistance
    Need Microsoft Office? Need a special application for a course? We can help you install the application.
  • Internet access configuration for personal devices
    Our wireless infrastructure is robust enough for tablets and smart phones to be able to use as well. We can help!
  • Resident Hall room phone service
    If your cellular reception is questionable, we do offer in-room local telephone service. Students will need to supply their own phone.
  • Anti-Virus protection software
    Access to the college network is allowed if the computer has the authorized anti-virus software installed and updated, available free from our Help Desk.
  • Campus email accounts
    On campus and online students will receive a college email account used for all campus communications.
  • Access to Campus PCs
    Is your computer down? Did you leave it at home? We have computer terminals located in several locations across the campus for students to use. They will have access to their email, network storage, and the Internet.

Please contact us if you have any questions!

Phone: 207-893-7851


Facilities Building (Mailroom area)

Monday – Friday
8:00am – 5:00pm
Closed on holidays

Alfond Hall Office

Room 229
Monday – Friday
Closed on holidays

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