Information Technology provides technology resources of the highest quality to students, faculty, staff and administration. We are committed to providing technology and information resource leadership and services at the highest level of quality.
We value coordinated, consistent and high-quality customer services that are delivered responsively and professionally. We pride ourselves on the personal attention we provide to resolving problems and meeting campus needs for information, support, and service.
All students are provided with accounts to access network resources, email, Moodle, and the CampusVue portal.
- Each residence hall room is equipped with network access (students must register with Information Technology and be ResNetted to access). Each residence hall also has a 24 hour computer lab available.
- Many of the academic buildings are now also equipped with wireless access points, including JKM library, the AFC, the ADC, Dilworth Hall and the Braun, Falk, Coolidge complex.
- Beginning in the 2010-2011 academic year, all incoming first-year students will receive a new 13-inch MacBook Pro. Use of the MacBook will be integrated into the curriculum and enable the students to access the Chatham network via Wi-Fi areas throughout campus.
Information Technology Acceptable Use Policies
These policies are intended to promote the responsible and ethical use of the computing resources of Chatham University. In light of the contribution that computers can make to furthering the educational and other objectives of the University, it is in the best interest of the community as a whole that computing resources be used in accordance with practices which ensure that the rights of all users are protected and the goals of the University are achieved. The following policy applies to all students, faculty, and staff who use the Chatham University Computing Network.
Chatham University Acceptable Use Policy (PDF)
The acceptable use policy applies to all faculty, students and staff.
Chatham University Electronic Honor Code (PDF)
The electronic honor code applies to all faculty, students and staff. It expands on the principles of behavior that were incorporated into the Chatham University Honor Code.
More information concerning computing at Chatham University is available on the Orientation for New Users site (O4NU).