The Student Guide to Evaluating Information Technology on Campus
As information technology becomes a more vital element in people’s daily lives, prospective students are looking more closely at the way colleges and universities provide and support technology resources for their students. To assist in this process, EDUCAUSE has developed a consumer's guide to evaluating information technology on campus.
Written in cooperation with the National Association for College Admission Counseling and the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, the EDUCAUSE Guide provides a series of questions that prospective students and their parents might want to ask in order to understand how a particular institution uses information technology in its day-to-day life.
George Mason University is pleased to cooperate in this effort to provide information to students by publishing our responses to the questions in the EDUCAUSE Guide. We hope this information will help students interested in George Mason evaluate our use of information technology and learn how our approach might fit their needs and interests.
For information about the EDUCAUSE Guide, see www.educause.edu/consumerguide
For information on other student guides, see
What You Need to Know and What You Should Ask When