Information Resources


Information Resources (IRES)

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.

Organizational Chart: Information Resources (PDF)

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 the design and maintenance of the server, database and data storage environment for campus-wide 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 (PDF)

Creative Media and Technology (CMT)

Creative Media and Technology provides a wide range of professional services for Web, Graphic Design, Print, Video, and Learning Space technology. In addition, CMT also offers students, faculty, and staff walk-up copy and print service in the Library 2nd floor Copy Center.

More Information: Creative Media and Technology is located in the basement of the library. Call 530-898-6112 or visit the CMT Web site
Organizational Chart: Creative Media and Technology (PDF)

Enterprise Applications and Data Services (EADS)

The Enterprise Applications and Data Services department is responsible for enterprise-wide applications that support core university business processes.  These include academic technologies, administrative applications, data and reporting applications, web/communications applications, and identity management systems.  Some applications are developed here on campus while others are commercial off-the-shelf products; some are hosted locally in the campus data center, while others are hosted by vendors in remote data centers or offered as ‘software as a service.’

More Information: Call 530-898-6212 or visit the EADS Web site.
Organizational Chart: Enterprise Applications and Data Services (PDF)

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.
Organizational Chart: Information Security (PDF)

IRES Administrative Service Center (IASC)

The IRES Administrative Service Center is responsible for providing financial and human resources support to all areas within Information Resources.  This includes procurement, CAF processing, travel documents, student employment, staff human resources and recruitment.

More Information: Call 530-898-4001 or visit the IASC Web site(opens in new window).
Organizational Chart: IRES Administrative Service Center (PDF)

IT Support Services (ITSS)

IT Support Services provides computing support to students, faculty and staff as well as business analysis and portfolio/project management for IT Projects.

More Information: Call 530-898-4357 or visit the IT Support Services Web site. 

Organizational Charts: IT Support Services (PDF)