HOLLINS Information Technology

About Information Technology at Hollins

Institutional computing began at Hollins in the early 1980's, when the University received a grant from IBM Corporation to open the first computer resource center. The center contained sixteen IBM personal computers with dual disk drives (no hard drives), a monochrome monitor, and only twenty megabytes of storage space.

Information Technology at Hollins has come a long way since then! There are now over 100 public computers available on campus, both Mac and PC, the University is fully networked, allowing students and faculty to access network services from almost anywhere on campus, and we have wireless networking available in every academic building and dormitory. In addition, the Information Technology department provides support for many different software applications, maintains and updates hardware, and offers training on a variety of platforms.

Convenient IT Links

HIS (Hollins Information System)

Academic Computing

Computer Lab Schedules
Wyndham Robertson Library
Media Services

Support Services and Training Information

HU Help Desk
Training Information


Directory of Personnel
About Us
Computer Use Policy