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Information Technology

Who We Are

The Information Technology and E-Learning department provides the highest quality, technology-based services and courses to facilitate the College's mission as it applies to the management, teaching and learning of faculty and students.

Our Mission Statement

The Information Technology and E-Learning department enables the College community to realize the role of technology in transforming higher education in the 21st Century.

  • Provide support to our customers' needs; faculty, students, staff and business community within a reasonable time and in a respectful manner. We listen to and value each member and intend to work together to contribute to an atmosphere of professional growth, job satisfaction, leadership and an overall positive educational experience.
  • Provide innovative, contemporary and accessible technology in computing to enable faculty and students to effectively meet their goals as a learning community.
  • Implement new technologies and improve the quality of instruction that we offer.
  • Promote and develop partnerships within the Metropolitan community area.
  • Develop a community that is adaptable to technological needs.
  • Support the use of information technology to enable academic innovation in teaching and learning.

Our Programs

Computer Transfer Programs

Information Technology Degree Options

Information Technology Technician Certificate Options

Cisco Certified Network Associate

Interdisciplinary Studies

Versatilist Information Technology

Department Contacts

Daryl Hansen, dean, 531-622-4014
Connie Taylor, associate, 531-622-4003

Program Faculty

Health Information Technology Professional Faculty (HITP)

Michelle Rule

Information Technology Faculty (INFO)

Bill Bowers
Jamie Bridgham
Art Brown
Christopher Chisholm
Gary Gilbody
Mansel Guerin
Jonathan Jones
Tania Kuisma
Linda Lutz
Pam McCloskey
Michael Miller
Laurie Olberding
Patrick Phillips
Alan Reinarz
Guillermo Rosas
Hugh Schuett
Greg Smith
Gary Sparks
Lian Ti
Ted Tucker
Mary Vorpi