As the fall semester begins, Computing & Information Technology (CIT)  
is changing some operating hours and locations to improve services  
for students, faculty, and staff.   Priority over the next few days  
will go toward helping students get the semester off to a good start.

On Friday, August 25, in collaboration with UVM Libraries, the School  
of Business Administration and Residential Life, and with the  
generous participation of student, faculty and staff move-in  
volunteers, we'll be distributing 650+ new computers, as well as  
helping students with a variety of computing needs.  You will find  
skeletal crews in Academic Computing Services, Administrative  
Information Systems, Client Services, the Computer Depot, Computer  
Operations, Network Services, the CIT Business Office, and the  
Technical Support Group.

Next week, the drop-in Computer Depot Clinic will be relocated to  
residence halls, and CIT and UVM Libraries will team up to offer  
computing help afternoons in Bailey-Howe Library.

There's more.  For a full list of service changes, please see:

    http://www.uvm.edu/cit/?Page=News&storyID=8638

Thank you for your understanding as we set aside several key days to  
help students begin the academic year successfully. Best wishes to  
all for a productive and rewarding fall semester.  Please share this  
information with your colleagues who may be looking for us Friday and  
next week.

Dean Williams
Assistant Director
Division of Computing & Information Technology
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