Information Resources plans and provides resources, training, and support for campus information and technology services.  Information Resources covers the Meriam Library; student, staff, and faculty technology support and instruction in using information and technology; student Web space, campus e-mail, and portal access; media services, and online course services. 

Application Development and Technical Support for Enrollment Management (ADTS)

Enrollment Management at California State University, Chico coordinates the recruitment, enrollment, retention, and graduation of a diverse, high-quality student population, necessary for the University to meet its goals.  Enrollment Management enables the University to make decisions and facilitates accountability through the provision of records and data management services.

The department of Application Development and Technical Support for Enrollment Management is charged with enabling and supporting the various departments to fulfill this mission.

More Information: Application Development and Technical Support is located in the Student Services Center (SSC 480). E-Mail, Call (530) 898-5912 or visit the ADTS Web site.
Organizational Chart: Application Development and Technical Support

Academic Technologies (ATEC)

Academic Technologies provides technical and artistic, professional services in the academic use of media and technology. ATEC is responsible for classroom technology, multimedia and graphic design, and production.

More Information: Academic Technologies is located in the basement of the library. Call (530) 898-6112 or visit the ATEC Web site
Organizational Chart: Academic Technologies

Computing and Communications Services (CCSV)

Computing and Communications Services (CCSV) is responsible for the design, installation, and maintenance of the campus cabling infrastructure; the data network (switches and routers); the voice network including the Private Branch Exchange (PBX), telephone sets and voice mail services; and systems administration for most enterprise computing systems. In addition, CCSV is responsible for the university's remote service in Northern California to provide network services, remote access, and telephone services.

More Information: Call (530) 898-4616 or visit the CCSV Web site.
Organizational Chart: Computing and Communications Services

IT Client Services (ITCS)

IT Client Services provides centralized computing support to all students, faculty, and staff and also provides portfolio and project management for IT Projects. ITCS is comprised of the following departments: IT Support Services, IT Planning and Projects, and Web Accessibility and Content Management.

More Information: Call (530) 898-5862
Organizational Charts: IT Client Services

Enterprise Applications and Data Services (EADS)

Enterprise Applications and Data Services is responsible for enterprise-wide applications that support core university business processes. These include identity management services, centralized directory services, the campus portal, the Common Management System (ERP system), the learning management system (Blackboard Learn) and other Web applications.

More Information: Call (530) 898-5338 or visit the EAPP Web site.
Organizational Chart: Enterprise Applications and Data Services

Information Security (ISEC)

The Information Security Office works with the campus community to secure system and network resources, and protect the confidentiality of student, faculty, and staff information. To support this mission, the ISEC office develops processes, procedures, and policies, identifies and mitigates risks to the campus, and responds to information security events.

More Information: Call (530) 898-6212 or visit the Information Security Web site

Meriam Library (MLIB)

The Meriam Library offers books, journals, and a growing collection of electronic resources.  The library's electronic collections are available to students on- and off-campus. You will also find computer labs, materials on reserve for classes, and special collections of the history of Northeastern California.  The library is available for individual and group study 91 hours each week; the third floor is for quiet study only. The Wildcat ID card serves as a library card and payment card for printing and copying. In addition, Meriam Library is responsible for faculty support for online course development (distance learning and on campus courses).

More Information: Call (530) 898-5862 or visit the Library Web site.
Organizational Chart: Library