Transformative IT Projects
The following information technology projects are transformative, allowing the University to provide a new service, or to enhance a service in an important and lasting way. These projects are updated on an annual basis, after the adoption of the next fiscal year budget. There will be minor additions to this list after the May revise.
All Transformative projects are undertaken in alignment with the University Strategic Plan.
A new Kind of HSI
Provide SDSU Researchers Located at Remote Locations with Overarching Network and IT Support
Deploy Adobe Creative Cloud Plan for all SDSU students, faculty, and staff
Resilence, Designed to Thrive
Deploy Cloud-Based Endpoint Security and Device Management to enhance security for all SDSU desktops, laptops, and tablets
Leveraging university data as a strategic asset to securely answer Student, Staff and Faculty questions.
We are SDSU
Migration to PeopleSoft Campus Solutions in support of the University’s mission
The OneIT Community network acknowledges the contributions and interdependence of information technology work performed in the University
Deploy ServiceNow IT Service Management System
Deploy new page templates in Omni CMS (OU Campus)
Pilot Data Architecture for Analysis, Reporting, and Governance
Equity and Inclusion
Launch and support a Campuswide Digital Accessibility Program to promote a culture of inclusive technology and digital information
Build a safe, accepting, and successful environment together, and narrow gaps of diverse representation within our team.
Students at Our Core
Create Easy-to-Use Physical Learning Environments
Leverage State-of-the-Art Learning Management System (LMS) Technologies
Deploy Digarc Online Catalog and Curriculum Management Systems
Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) enhances security by adding a layer of protection to the authentication process
Provide campus students, faculty and staff and a high performing, reliable wireless network
Learning Space Rating System (LSRS) is a comprehensive scoring system to evaluate how effectively learning spaces facilitate various modes of active teaching and learning.