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UTech Services

 

UTech Helpdesk is ready to assist faculty, staff and students with computing questions.

UTech Computing Resources provides helpful information about UTech services such as e-mail accounts, network drive access, D2L and setting up web pages through workforce.calu.edu.

UTech Policies and Guides has how-to guides and information on the UTech policies.

UTech Security Awareness provides guidance and tips for staying safe online.

UTech Frequently Asked Questions provides the answers to our most commonly asked questions. Check back frequently as more information and content changes.

UTech Services Strategic Plan

 

First student applies using Banner

Adrienne Cummins (left), a senior at Canon-McMillen High School, gets help from Eve Hiller (center) and Tracy Bonde, both of the Admissions Office, as she applies to Cal U using the new Banner admissions/enrollment module.

Adrienne Cummins (left), a senior at Canon-McMillen High School, gets help from Eve Hiller (center) and Tracy Bonde, both of the Admissions Office, as she applies to Cal U using the new Banner admissions/enrollment module. Cummins, who visited the campus on Oct. 4, was the first student to complete a Cal U application using the new software. A dozen staff members from the various admissions areas were instrumental in implementing the first module; eventually, the Banner suite of administrative applications will track every aspect of a student's University career, from application through financial aid, billing, scheduling, graduation and alumni status. The transition to Banner from (SIS) SCT-Plus is a two-year project involving about 75 team members from a variety of departments. The next Banner module to ‘go live' will be the financial aid module in February 2011.