One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
Information Technology TechStop Counter

Information Technology

Cedarville University is committed to providing its faculty, staff, and students with an integrated, broadly accessible information, voice, and video communications technology infrastructure so as to make information available to people who need it, when they need it, and where they need it. The information technology department exists to provide the computer-related resources necessary for fulfilling this institutional commitment to information delivery. In particular, the department strives to ensure a reliable network infrastructure, a dependable computing environment, essential help-desk services, and comprehensive information delivery.

Latest IT News

    New Website Design Launched

    4/11/2022 7:40 AM
    Announcements TechNews Cedarville’s Marketing and Communications launched a new, refreshed Cedarville University website. The organizational hierarchy remains intact — all the pages you visit most frequently are still in the same places, and all your bookmarks will... Read more »

    Moving from Zoom to Teams for Video Meetings: FAQs and Instructional Videos

    3/28/2022 12:35 PM
    Announcements Campus Today Microsoft Teams will be Cedarville University’s standard video conferencing and team collaboration platform, effective Tuesday, April 5. Zoom usage via Cedarville University Zoom Pro licenses will no longer be available following that date.... Read more »