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Purpose Statement

The SLCC Office of Information Techonlogy department (OIT) provides integrated, flexible, and dependable technology insuring anytime/anywhere access for students, faculty, staff, and the community to enhance instructional quality and helps all SLCC constituents to meet their goals.  The department is comprised of about 70 full time and 35 part time employees distributed across SLCC's mulitple campuses.

Our department supports over 800 Wireless Access Points, 700+ switches and routers, 200+ servers, 5000+ computers, 150 computer labs, and hundreds of commercial and locally developed applications.

Strategic Plan

The IT Strategic Planning Team reflected on the institution’s core values and how the College should take those values into account when making decisions regarding its technological development. As a result of those discussions, the Planning Team identified a set of guiding principles for IT decision-making that reflect SLCC’s values “in action.” In other words, they indicate how the College will rely on its values when choosing between competing demands and courses of action to ensure that its decisions regarding technology are consistent with its institutional mission and vision.

SLCC’s Guiding Principles for IT Decision-Making

  1. SLCC provides opportunities for students to develop the skills needed in today’s increasingly technology-dependent economy.
  2. SLCC provides innovative, technology-enabled learning environments that are flexible, reliable, and capable of accommodating multiple approaches to teaching.
  3. SLCC provides information, services, and resources anytime, anywhere, as appropriate.
  4. SLCC uses technology to be responsive to the needs of its diverse community.
  5. SLCC technology environments support effective partnerships and interaction with institutions, companies, and the community.
  6. SLCC provides faculty and staff with the training and support necessary to facilitate their efficient use of the available technological resources.
  7. SLCC provides a stable, supportable foundation of technology that evolves without disrupting the college’s core functions.
Finally, after assessing the current state of SLCC’s environment in relation to its vision for the future of technology at the College, the IT Strategic Planning Team developed a series of IT goals and strategies intended to support the institution’s progress toward that future.

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GOALS

The following information technology goals align and support the Salt Lake Community College Strategic Vision and initiatives.

GOAL 1: (INTEGRATION & ACCESS)

Information Technology will plan and deliver integrated information services to enable customers to access the information they need, when and where they need it.

GOAL 2: (SERVICE DELIVERY)

Information Technology will meet or exceeed customer requirements for technology service delivery.

GOAL 3: (IMPROVE & STREAMLINE)

Information Technology will leverage existing, emerging, and innovative technologies to enhance, improve, and streamline business processes.

GOAL 4: (PRIVACY & SECURITY)

Information Technology will ensure the privacy, integrity, reliability and appropriate use of information resources.

Full Report

To view the full strategic plan, click here 

Organization Chart

Below is an organization chart showing the different groups inside the OIT Department.

OIT Org Chart