May 30, 2024  
2019-2020 General Catalog 
2019-2020 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Technology

Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center 1000
(707) 664-2346

Associate Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
Lee Krichmar

Information Technology provides the spectrum of services needed to deliver quality academic and administrative technology. SSU/IT works with:

• The faculty and students to provide Academic Computing and Instructional Technology in support of teaching and research; and
• The administration and staff to provide Administrative Information Systems for the management of finances, human resources, student records, and other mission critical needs.

SSU/IT brings together teams of expertise across a range of technologies to provide the necessary guidance and leadership to fully implement successful efforts in instructional and administrative technology. SSU/IT specifies campus-wide standards and provides consulting in order to ensure all technology systems are cost-effective and architecturally sound.

SSU/IT provides email, web pages, multimedia equipment, video production, instructional technology software, and high-tech classrooms. A fully staffed help desk provides consulting in the use of information technology. Consultants are available by phone, 664-HELP; email,; or in person, Schulz 1063.

Workstation support is provided to faculty and staff for their office-based computers. SSU/IT provides assistance to faculty in developing online, multimedia content.

Computer labs with a wide range of software are available to students, faculty, and staff. Lab consultants may be reached at 664-LABS. The 24-Hour Lab is open continuously during the semester. Other labs may be scheduled for classes. Schedules are posted outside each lab and on the Web at

SSU/IT operates a high-speed campus and residential network with more than 20,000 nodes that provide access to resources from the campus and across the Internet.

SSU/IT is responsible for the technical operation of administrative information systems for human resources, finance, and student information systems.

Users of Sonoma State University’s network must adhere to the laws and policies governing computer use (see

For more information see