Information Technology Division (ITD)
The Information Technology Division, through strategic planning, innovation, technical
leadership and direction, supports the University’s goals to advance academic quality,
to promote student success and individual responsibility, and to develop purposeful
and sustainable partnering relationships and outreach. In supporting the goals of
the University, ITD will:
- provide an effective, accessible communication structure that supports appropriate
information and learning technologies to meet the needs of a dynamic academic environment;
- evaluate the Division's activities to maintain the highest level of services possible
to assure that the technologies provided are current and contribute to the efficient
operation of the University; and
- provide direction for future growth and expanded capabilities
ITD Service Portal Request Equipment (Faculty / Staff ONLY)*
Use your BlueID to manage your MTSU photo ID card, meal plan, Raider Funds, and more.
See the projects ITD is working on to improve the technology on campus.
Campus digital signs are available to advertise university events and information appropriate to a campus-wide
audience or content specific to the individual sign's location.
Information regarding email accounts for students, faculty, and staff.
Provide support for enterprise-level administrative application systems, including
Banner, DegreeWorks, Dynamic Forms, PipelineMT, and more.
MTSU students, faculty, and staff have access to the online training video library,
Smartphone application developed by students to provide easy access to a wide variety of university information
Scheduled Maintenance and Upgrades
Check for upcoming upgrades.
Request software for university-owned computers.
Information on claiming your student account and setting/resetting your password.
Teaching and Learning
The Center for Teaching & Technologies supports the needs of the MTSU community via course development, instructional design,
one-on-one consultations, workshops, on campus technologies, D2L support, and master classrooms.
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ITD's workshops are free and are available to faculty, staff, and graduate assistants.
*Students can check out equipment through the James E. Walker Library.