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Administrative Computing

Administrative Computing is responsible for the administrative computer system for Eastern University student and financial records and Web-based services includinng E-Net Student Services and Web-based Reistration, E-Net Faculty Advising and Cognos Web Reporting. Administrative Computing is also responsible for information systems management; the IT infrastructure for the St. Davids, Valley Forge, Harrisburg and Philadelphia campuses, University e-mail; provides technical support for the University website, Intranet and Library system. The staff is composed of several IT support specialists.

Administrative Computing is dedicated to the support of the institutional mission of preparing undergraduate and graduate students for thoughtful and productive lives of Christian faith and service. To this end we are committed to:

  • Optimizing the use of technology across a broad range of functions
  • Facilitating access to information for the core processes of research, knowledge transmission, and administrative support
  • Distributing information from administrative and other systems for planning and decision-making purposes
  • Enabling administrative offices and faculty to more effectively service students and other constituents through the use of technology
  • Facilitating access to information from “anywhere” at “anytime”
  • Using technology to improve teaching and instruction and to enhance academic and administrative productivity
  • Positioning information technology as a core resource for students, faculty, and administration

Staff

Dwight Fowler, Director of Administrative Computing
Vladimir Gordynskiy, Web Applications Administrator
Mark Hoffman, Director of Web Services & Technologies
Michael Sanker, Director of Network and IT Services
Joseph Spedding, Director of Financial Information Systems
Gary Wissinger, Manager of Student Information Systems
John Zottola, Director of Student Information Systems

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