Alexandria’s Information Technology is committed to providing timely technical support to meet our customer’s IT needs. We will treat requests for IT support in the classroom as an “emergency response” because a class is being disrupted. We upgrade campus computers and software annually to provide students, faculty and staff with the latest computer technology. We have recently upgraded the Wi-Fi network with the result of 95% of all areas inside the five building have wireless signals. IT also provides audio visual support in the classrooms and anywhere else it is needed.
IT provides technical support at the campus and at off-campus sites, to include the Alexandria Campus, Ft. Myer, and the Henderson Hall. There are over 1,800 computers supported by 6 file servers in a high-speed, fast Ethernet LAN environment. The college utilizes Microsoft Windows and Office products as part of the standard suite of office automation complete with Course Technology’s instructional software running in student computer labs for all academic divisions. Additionally, there are just over 200 iMacs in various Mac labs that are used for specialized programs and one open iMac lab for general student usage.
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