Administrative Technology (AT) is one of three technology-related departments at Belmont.
Administrative Technology is best known for its support of Banner and administrative software applications that support the campus. Like many offices, we have a few questions that seem to surface regularly. "What is Banner? How do I get access to and training on Banner?
Our Action Line is widely recognized as an efficient way to get your emergency request resolved. We've gone to a lot of trouble to put information on this site and we hope you'll check here first to see if we've already posted the answer to your question. If we haven't and your situation is urgent, then use the Action Line. We are happy to help you.
To introduce the ACIT staff
The Meet the Staff link helps you connect names and faces while learning some little-known facts about our folks. Believe it or not, we 'do' more than computer 'stuff'. Get to know us. We may have common interests outside of Belmont.
To explain how technology is managed and supported at Belmont
We realize that each university has its own unique way of supporting technology and that you need to know the 'Belmont way.' The Belmont Tech Departments link tells you who does what in Belmont's tech world.
To keep you abreast of what's happening (and, perhaps more importantly, what's going to happen) with technology at Belmont
The IT departments at Belmont share a blog that is designed to communicate information on any upcoming changes, any anticipated down time, future upgrades and/or server maintenance. You can read about Administrative Computing on the blog.
The links on the left are a good way to begin browsing our site. As you review it you may have feedback for us. If that happens, then please send us a note. We'll be glad to hear from you.