Fast Facts


The activities of DASA Tech began in 2001, with the creation of the Distance Education Coordinator position. This position increasingly assumed more responsibility for technology leadership, resulting in the establishment of Distance Education & Technology Services. The unit name was changed in 2009 to reflect the primary focus of activities, and again in 2012 as a result of the merger of the Divisions of Student Affairs and Undergraduate Academic Programs.


  • 16 professional staff


  • Technology support for all Division units, including
    • Desktop management
    • Print, mobile and other special device management
    • Server administration and special applications
    • Classroom technologies and student computing labs
    • Technology planning, including technology purchasing
  • Centralized technology resources, including
    • Technology infrastructure
    • Networked file storage
    • Asset Management
    • Centralized web administration and services
    • Application development
  • Consultation, training and education, including
    • Individual training on productivity applications
    • Coordination of group training through campus resources

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