The College is committed to providing information technology services and support to prepare students for the demands of today’s world. The College provides each student with an official Cazenovia College e-mail address. Students should check their official e-mail addresses on a frequent and consistent basis in order to stay current with College communications, such as information regarding course registration and messages from administrative offices. Faculty members may also use the official e-mail address in communicating course assignments and contacting student advisees. Questions about e-mail accounts are addressed by the Information and Communication Technology Office, which is located at 95 Albany Street.
The main campus has computer labs in the Witherill Library, as well as computer classrooms in Eddy and Eckel Hall, Coleman Studio and Reisman Hall. All computers in both labs and classrooms have Internet access and a variety of software.
Digital studios and classrooms for art and design students, equipped with Macintosh or PC computers with Internet access and academic-specific software, are housed in Reisman Hall and South Campus.
Cazenovia has wireless internet on campus, enabling students and employees with portable computers to gain Internet access in select open spaces. Cable and Internet connections are also provided in students’ rooms in residence halls. In addition, the College has technology to support distance-learning programs.
The Information and Communication Technology Office, and Media Services, which oversee campus cable programming, are both at 95 Albany Street. The College radio station (WITC) operates a closed circuit channel, which broadcasts news about campus activities and provides a simulcast of WITC-FM. The broadcast is available via the College’s cable system on televisions in residence hall rooms, lounges, and in the Hubbard Hall lobby.