Public printing on River Campus was upgraded to modernize its infrastructure and transition to a consistent system for public and departmental printing.
Recent renovations reflect a new standard for University classrooms where technology meets the modern needs of both faculty and students.
Highlights from the past year show how information technology supports the growing needs of the University community.
IT staff continue to modernize classrooms on River Campus to support a variety of teaching and learning styles.
If you have used a public computer on River Campus this month, University IT recommends changing your password as a precaution.
Deemed a “hub for the arts, sciences, and engineering”, the building provides resources for students to immerse themselves in digital technology.