Information Technology Department

The purpose of Emmanuel College's Information Technology is to promote and support information technologies appropriate to the academic and administrative needs of the college and which support all members of the Emmanuel community. The Information Technology Department manages the voice, data and cable networks which facilitate communications on campus and beyond. The department provides assistance, education, consulting and troubleshooting services for students, faculty and staff regarding the use of computing hardware, software, and peripherals in offices, classroom, laboratories and residence halls. A group within Information Technology is devoted to collaborating with faculty in the use and adoption of new information technologies in instruction. The department also manages the central administrative databases, information systems and computer hardware which support the business systems of the college.

In addition to providing information technology services, the department coordinates the provisioning of hardware, software and other technology-based services for the entire college in order to assure integration of computing resources, coordination of service delivery and prudent investment of Emmanuel College resources.

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IT Helpdesk
617-735-9966
helpdesk@emmanuel.edu
Administration Building, Room 133

Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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