Technology Services consists of Client Support and Educational Technology Services, Enterprise Information Services, Network and Server Systems, and the Project Management Office.
myPugetSound, the university’s new PeopleSoft portal for accessing academic and administrative information, is now available to faculty. Located at https://my.pugetsound.edu, myPugetSound provides streamlined access to tools related to teaching and advising as well as HR pages for viewing paychecks, approving time, and managing the hiring process.
Students gained access to myPugetSound October 28 and staff access is planned for early spring term. Read more information on myPugetSound.
myPugetSound, the university’s new PeopleSoft portal for accessing academic and administrative information, is now available to students. Located at https://my.pugetsound.edu, myPugetSound provides streamlined access to Student Center pages, including registration and financial aid information, and for those who work on campus, Human Resources pages like time sheet and status of earnings.
See more information on myPugetSound, including sample screenshots and the timeline for rolling out access to faculty and staff.
The Tech Center in Collins Memorial Library will close for fall break Saturday, October 18, and Sunday, October 19. The Tech Center, including the Technology Service Desk, will be open from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Monday, October 20, and Tuesday, October 21. Regular hours will resume Wednesday, October 23. Have a great break!
Technology Services is pleased to support the 2014 Race & Pedagogy National Conference! However, this means the Tech Center in the lower level of Collins Memorial Library will close at 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 25, and remain closed Friday, September 26, and Saturday, September 27. Regular hours will resume on Sunday, September 28.
Please note on Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. you may still reach the Technology Service Desk at 253.879.8585 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
William Morse, chief information officer and associate vice president for technology services, is quoted in “How Green Can IT Get?”, a recent College & Planning Management article on sustainability in higher education information technology. He cites efforts at Puget Sound that include green recycling of equipment, installation of blade enclosures to consolidate resources in the server room, and the use of energy-efficient thin clients across campus. As Morse notes in the article, “We recognize that our resources are finite and want to do everything we can to stretch those for generations to come. After all, those future generations are who we as institutions of higher learning are here to serve.”