Office of Information Technology (OIT)

The vision for the Office of Information Technology at the University of Mary is an environment that integrates technology into the fabric of the institution, providing the information, tools, and services needed to support the business and academic needs of UMary.
OIT is a service-based organization, first and foremost.  Wheather you're a student, faculty, or administrator, we stand ready to provide creative solutions for all of your technology needs. No matter what you're doing on campus--learning, teaching, or supporting--OIT will be right there with you.
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Office of Information Technology Announcements

Look here for important OIT Alerts, Announcements, and Updates

September 2, 2019: OIT Public Service Announcement - As summer break ends, many students will return to school with mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Although these devices can help students with their schoolwork and stay in touch with family and friends, there are risks associated with using them. However, there are simple steps that can help keep students safe while using their mobile devices and getting online.


February 7, 2019: OIT Announcement - Log On Banner

Beginning February 7, 2019, computer users will be presented a log on banner when logging in to UMary computers. After reviewing the log on banner, and clicking “OK,” you will be redirected the log on screen you are accustomed to seeing.  The log on banner reads as follows:

“This is a reminder that the machine you are about to use is the property of the University of Mary and only for authorized use.  By logging in to the system, you agree with the “IT Acceptable Use Policies” (found at If you do not agree, please log off.  Thank you very much for helping to protect and maintain the health of the University’s network and devices.”


January 31, 2019: OIT Public Service Announcement - Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week

Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week is January 28 to February 1. This annual campaign aims to help consumers be more informed about protecting themselves from tax-related identity theft and scams. Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone steals a Social Security number and uses it to claim a tax refund or get a job.  Help protect your identity by reviewing the information below:


January 28, 2019: OIT Public Service Announcement - January 28, 2019, is Data Privacy Day. Please take a moment to review the privacy tips below: