IT Solutions

Welcome, Dr. Henry Torres! Dr. Feyten announced the appointment of our new chief information officer (CIO), Henry G. Torres, PhD, who starts with Texas Woman's Monday, July 8, 2024.

From the Chancellor's announcement, "As technology continues to prove an invaluable tool in our everyday lives and in the operations and impact of Texas Woman’s, Dr. Torres’s experience and leadership will contribute to growing our university system. He earned a Bachelor’s of Industrial Engineering from Texas Tech University, a Master’s in Business Administration from Henderson State University, and a PhD in Business Administration with an emphasis in Information Systems Security Training at Kennesaw State University."

Welcome, Dr. Torres! We are eager to move forward together. 

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Dr. Henry Torres, IT Solutions CIO


Canvas Support

Canvas is a web-based application which allows instructors to put class materials on the Internet. It provides a variety of tools to facilitate teaching and learning. All courses at TWU use Canvas. The basic tools used in a Canvas course includes a syllabus, learning materials (documents, videos, etc.), discussions, calendar, inbox and notifications, announcements, grades, quizzes, and assignments.

Try out this new interactive ticket form for Canvas support. 

Learn more about Canvas support options.

New Employee Tech Onboarding

We want your new employee to feel welcome and ready to work! Upon receipt of this form, we will do everything we can to set up your new employee to be successful with their technology.

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Successful hires begin with planning--but we can't do much in ITS to give privileges until the Portal account is created, and that can't be done until the hiring paperwork is processed fully by HR. The great news is there is some self-service that can be done by the supervisor and the new hire to enable the requests on this form.

Learn more about what steps you can take

Risk Assessments for Purchases

Before the University will allow software purchases (including Mobile Apps), those software must be assessed for risk. Every project reviewed through the University‚Äôs governance process will undergo a risk assessment by the Security Team.

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Computer Moves

A computer move generally entails removing all cables and peripherals and carrying the components to a different location and re-connecting the computer in the new location with cable management of wires for a neat appearance. Move requests include a removal and setup of any existing computers in the new location.

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Successful moves begin with planning--we REQUIRE one-to-two weeks notice for moves. 

Need a quick move? Contact the Technology Service Desk to initiate a data transfer. 

  • Moves that involve one-to-three devices (e.g. PC, laptop, printer, etc.) please complete a Service Request for EACH device
  • Moves that involve more than three devices, please contact the Technology Service Desk at, to schedule a consult
  • For moves involving collaboration technology (i.e. mounted TV) or wheeled printers, the technology onsite team will coordinate with the appropriate teams.
  • Telephones and networked devices will be installed at existing data ports and power sources. If additional ports are needed, refer to this service.

Our highest priority is that everyone remains safe during the service visit in these challenging times. Please follow all government health recommendations during the service visit (wear a face mask and keep 2 meters distance). Our technician will be wearing a mask and gloves. Additionally, the technician will be using hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes to clean the device before and after the move.

Learn more about moving your computer

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