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Calvin Information Technology Calvin Information Technology promotes and supports information technologies at Calvin College which are appropriate to the academic and administrative needs of the college. If you have problems with your Calvin-provided technology, please contact the CIT HelpDesk.

Faculty and staff members are provided a wide range of opportunities to use technology for personal productivity as well as teaching and communication in their classrooms and offices.

Your supervisor or department chair is responsible for requesting all accounts and access beyond basic resources provided by CIT. There are several other accounts and services available to you via request. Your supervisor/department chair should decide which are appropriate.

CIT provides computers for faculty and staff offices and for campus computing facilities. Standard software is provided on Calvin-provisioned Windows and Mac computers.

There is a variety of Classrooms, Labs & Spaces across campus equipped with technology available to Calvin faculty, staff, and students.

With uniFLOW, Calvin faculty and staff may print to any uniFLOW printer on campus, releasing the print job with your Calvin ID.

As a user of Calvin information technology resources it is your responsibility to be aware of both Calvin's policies on using Calvin's information technologies and federal, state, and local laws that affect your use of technology.

CIT offers a number of online and in-person training resources for the Calvin community.
The Teaching & Learning Team collaborates with faculty and staff to promote and facilitate the use of technology in the academic environment.


The CIT HelpDesk is the place to start for all of your computer, printer, and telephone problems or questions.