The ITS Division offers three basic levels of support based on the time of day and the day of the week:
- ITS Service Desk
- ITS Service Desk Express
- After Hours
It's important to understand the differences so that you can get the most of our services. The information provided here is general information based on normal schedules. Our availability changes, especially over breaks and holidays.
The telephone number to call for all of these services is: 920-403-4040.
Specific hours of availability are provided on our Service Desk Hours web page.
ITS Service Desk
Our Service Desk in Cofrin Hall is open weekdays until at least 4:30 p.m.*. During these hours, you'll have access to our full-time staff, offering the widest range of skills, experience, and troubleshooting abilities. In addition to Service Desk staff, we also have access to staff from other ITS departments like Academic Technology (classroom support/training), Enterprise Applications (assistance with Banner, related apps, etc), and Infrastructure Services (network, servers, etc).
For the best available service and help with the widest range of issues, please visit or call the Service Desk in Cofrin Hall during regular business hours.
* We also have limited staff on duty until 6:30pm Monday through Thursday (during the academic semester) for the specific purpose of providing support to classrooms for evening classes.
ITS Service Desk Express
During each academic semester, we have extended hours during the evenings and weekends. One of our students works until at least 9:00 p.m. during the week, with additional hours on Saturdays and Sundays. We use the word "express" in the name of this service as an intentional way to convey the fact that we aren't able to offer all services during these ours. The intent is for our student employee to provide services to fellow students. We therefore offer this service from the Mulva Library circulation desk, where there is more student foot traffic during these hours.
Our student employees are very well trained and are able to solve a wide range of issues. They are also able to contact full-time staff should a major issue arise. But you should also expect that during these off hours, it's not uncommon for us to defer support for certain issues to regular business hours.
During the hours that we're closed (i.e. overnight, weekends during breaks, holidays, etc), we offer 24/7 support for issues that affect the entire campus, like a power outage or a network down. During these hours, we are not able to offer individual support like that for laptops or individual classrooms.
To report a campuswide issue, just call our Service Desk at 920-403-4040, select option #3, and follow the prompts. One of our four directors (Krissy, Ravi, Rob, Scott) is on call at all times for this purpose. Once you make contact with us, the director on call will then make any calls necessary to support the issue.
If you find that you need individual help outside of our usual hours, there are additional options. Here are a few examples:
- If you're having trouble with technology in a classroom, perhaps you can simply move to another classroom nearby. If you do this, please still report the issue to us so that we have the opportunity to fix it. A simple email to email@example.com explaining the issue will work very well.
- If your laptop isn't working correctly or you need to borrow a cable, perhaps the loanable equipment available at the library will be of some help. Often, the library is open longer than our Service Desk.
- If you just need an adapter or something simple, you can check at the St. Norbert College Bookstore. They will also allow you to charge purchases to your department.
- If you're not sure where to go for help, try searching our knowledge base for an article with the information that you need.
Finally, if you'd like to simply report an issue and get support at the next available time we're open, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. When describing the issue, sometimes it's helpful to take a picture of your screen and include that as an attachment.