Policies & Forms
This page outlines UIS sustainibility practices and gives tips for sustainable use.
University Technology Committee (UTC)
The University Technology Committee serves as a catalyst to explore the implications of new technologies as they impact the University community. It encourages exploration of topics of interest concerning how new technologies affect our educational mission, and how the University can best use promising innovations. It represents the diverse interests of the University community. For membership, see University Standing Committee members 2012-2013 and for committee reports, minutes and resolutions, see University Council: Commmittees.
The outage window for planned service interruptions.
All users of the Information Technology at Pacific University are required to follow this policy. Please ensure you understand the policies before using University technology. Questions or concerns should be directed to the Technology Information Center.
The policy for all technology and information services purchased with university funds.
The policy descibes the purchasing, provisioning and support of policies purchased with university funds.
The policy for password security and password changes.
Describes the types of automatically created and sponsored accounts and email addresses.
The policy outlines UIS capabilities and responsibilities for support of desktop and laptop computers.
The policy outlines UIS capabilities and responsibilities, as well as responsibilities of requestors, for audiovisual technology support.
The policis for Pacific University's Learning Management System, Moodle (located at moodle.pacificu.edu).
The plan for support of VHS tapes at Pacific.
The University policy on funding and use of employee cellular phones has changed as of April 12, 2010. Please review this policy before selecting one of the forms below for requesting University funded cellular service.
Provides guidelines for the use of printing credits for the Pharos print system.
Please submit all forms to the Technology Information Center.
The Cell Phone Stipend Agreement is for employees who spend considerable time outside of their assigned office area, or who must be accessible outside of scheduled or normal work hours, where a cellular or mobile device can be a significant benefit. Based on job duties, certain employees may qualify to be provided a stipend to cover the business use of personal cell phones. This form must be completed and signed by a University VP prior to being submitted to the Technology Information Center for processing and delivery to Human Resources.
The Cell Phone Request form is for circumstances where a departmentally assigned cell phone may be provided by the University that is not assigned to a specific individual. In these cases, the University will provide cell phone service and equipment. Please complete this form and have it signed by a University VP and submit this to the Technology Information Center for order processing.
This form is for everyone who checked out equipment from the Technology Information Center. This form must be completed each academic year.
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