Calvin Information Technology (CIT) remains strongly committed to facilitating the mission of Calvin University by taking responsibility for both the "strategic differentiator" and "service provider" roles that the institution expects, providing operational efficiencies, reliability, and security as well as introducing new solutions and technologies to campus. To this end, CIT commits to developing forward-looking strategies that support the university's mission and strategic plan "Calvin 2019" and will also focus on operating and stewarding the institution's current technologies with the utmost responsibility.CITLogo-FCP

CIT Teams

The Office of the CIO is responsible for the strategic alignment of IT talent and resources with the Calvin University mission. The CIO leads the Information Technology department with the assistance of a Leadership Team. IT is a strategic partner for the organization and the Project Management Office (PMO) serves as a project management resource to the institution. The PMO leads IT and institutional projects.

  • CIO Leadership Team
  • Project Management Office

The Business Services group is responsible for the financial management, assets, licensing, procurement, and logistics functions of the IT department.

  • IT Financial Management
  • IT Asset Management (ITAM)
  • Mail/Print
  • Video Production

The Information Services Group works with university's departments to provide business system analysis, data management, and enterprise software integration.

  • Business System Analysis
  • Data Management

The Technology Services Group implements and maintains technologies and services that enable, support, and secure the academic and administrative operations of the Calvin community.

  • Service Desk - Service delivery and support of administrative, academic, and student technology needs
    • HelpDesk
    • Audio Visual
  • Infrastructure Operations - Foundational IT service teams
    • Systems
    • Network
    • Security
    • Classroom and Production Technology