Please be aware personnel within technology services are out of the office in order to better comply with social distancing mandates due to COVID-19. If you have any questions or problems, please submit a service ticket by emailing TSTickets@morrisville.edu and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you.
Morrisville prides itself on comprehensively incorporating technology into academic life through such programs as IBM's ThinkPad University and extensive use of state-of-the-art networking, media, computing, and projection technologies within classrooms.
The SUNY Morrisville Technology Services department is responsible for the planning, implementation, and management of college technology which supports both academic and administrative functions.
America's Most Wired College
- Yahoo! Internet Life Magazine
... A campus at the forefront of a technological revolution.
- The New York Times
SUNY Morrisville was the first college to comprehensively replace land-line phones in residence halls with a cell phone for each residential student.
In the fall of 2007, SUNY Morrisville deployed a new campuswide wireless network based upon the 802.11n (draft 2.0) wireless specification. SUNY Morrisville is the first college in the world to utilize this technology enterprise-wide.
Morrisville's wireless network is the fastest of its kind in the world.
The Technology Services department supports the following technologies and services:
- Banner Programming and Reporting
- Database Support
- Computing Services
- Cyber.Lab Computing Facility
- Data Storage and Backup
- Email and User Account Services
- Helpdesk / Laptop Support
- Internet Management
- Laser Printer Support
- Networking Services
- PC / Desktop Support
- Server Administration
- Technology Acquisition Assistance and Approval
- Website Hosting
Technology Services uses a ticketing system to assist with our incoming calls and emails from customers who need help, as well as managing our ongoing projects. This gives our department the opportunity to organize workloads better, as well as better identify more problematic areas and priorities.