Campus Technology

Stevenson University is committed to providing all active students, faculty, and staff with secure and reliable computer technology and network infrastructure. The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is responsible for many of the technologies used throughout all campus locations. This includes the computer labs, classrooms, residence halls, faculty and staff offices, administrative processes, and network operations.

OIT operates two data centers, one on each campus, to achieve a high level of availability and performance. Both campuses have hard-wired and wireless networks with many classrooms and residence halls connected at gigabit speeds. Our dedicated digital connection to the Internet is rated at 3000 Mbps and provides fast and reliable access shared among the Stevenson community.

Among the 15 dedicated computer labs on campus are several labs that are open for general student use at almost any time. These labs offer Mac and PC computers with the latest software needed for academic work.

Computer Logins

Each student, faculty, and staff member must have an individual computer login ID to use the computer equipment and network resources and must have read and electronically signed the Information Technology Acceptable Use Agreement before activating their login ID. The complete Acceptable Use Policy can be found on the SU Portal and Consumer Information page. Students, faculty and staff should never share their ID or password with anyone, not even the members of Tech Connection or OIT. All account holders will be held responsible for all activity conducted under their login.

Remote Connectivity

Stevenson University offers the capability for students, faculty, and staff to connect to various services on the University’s network from off-campus via the Web. SU currently supports remote connectivity for Microsoft Windows 7, Window 8, Windows 10, and Mac OS X 10.9 or higher. Please contact Tech Connection at x3000 or 443-334-3000 for details.

Technology Helpdesk

Tech Connection has support centers on the Owings Mills campus in the Brown School of Business and Leadership, Room 102A, and on the Owings Mills North campus in the Kevin J. Manning Academic Center, Room N159. Any technology-related assistance can be acquired at these facilities by students, faculty, staff, and administrators or by calling 443-334-3000 or x3000 from on campus or toll free at 1-866-344-8190.

Students may also contact Tech Connection by sending an email to helpdesk@stevenson.edu, or by visiting the Tech Connection website.

Technology assistance is available by phone during the days and evenings when the University is open. Support is available to all students, faculty, and staff needing help with any University-owned technology. For troubleshooting or repairs to PCs not owned by Stevenson University, it is highly recommended that all students and faculty maintain service plans through the manufacturer. The Tech Connection staff can only provide limited support for these types of issues.

For updates on all unplanned outages or service interruptions, please visit outage.stevenson.edu. Additional guidance information is available at the OIT website and at the Tech Connection offices on both campuses.

Usage of Campus Computers

All students, faculty and staff are required to follow the guidelines outlined in the Information Technology Acceptable Use Agreement. The complete Acceptable Use Policy can be found on the SU Portal.

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