Get to Know IT | St. George's University

The University will effectively use technology to extend its instructional activities throughout all of its locations, while applying technology to improve the quality of instruction and services delivered to students both on and off campus.

  • Enhance Instructional Technology Support
  • Provide Classroom Technology
  • Assess/Enhance Campus Information Technology Labs
  • Connect Student Housing
  • Address Student Access Issues
  • Provide Technical Infrastructure for E-Learning
  • Develop Policies that Support Teaching with Technology

As innovative approaches to teaching and learning dominate the future landscape, the Office of Information Technology stays dedicated to preparing for quick adoption of these emerging technologies. From the emphasis on social media, to the explosion of mobile devices, to real-time predictive analytics of student success, we attempt to proactively prepare our infrastructure, as well as our academic and administrative platforms, to provide the best learning environment possible for our students.

The Office of Information Technology continues to identify and evaluate tools that enhance customer service. We strive constantly to provide faculty, students, and staff with the best available connections to the information, training, and technical resources they need to achieve their objectives.


The Office of Information Technology provides computing and telecommunications services and support for the University community’s academic, administrative, operations, and research activities. Services include:

  • IT Support Services:  Providing assistance to our community of students, faculty, and staff
  • System Support: Implementing and maintaining the University’s central information systems
  • Application Development: Developing internal applications and integrating vendor solutions
  • Network and Data Center: Implementing and supporting the University’s technology infrastructure
  • Educational Computing: Developing and delivering software and hardware training and support
  • Information Security: Provide leadership with the information necessary to enforce University policies by identifying sensitive data, in all of its forms, and ensuring it is appropriately protected.
  • Business Intelligence: Providing information and analytics to support operational and strategic decision making