Loyola University Chicago

Information Technology Services

Departments and Services

Information Technology Services (ITS)—Susan Malisch VP/CIO

We fulfill the Loyola mission by contributing skilled technological expertise and service, providing secure, reliable information and resources, in professional and collaborative consultation. Information Technology Services will serve as a partner and leader for technology needs and initiatives to enhance learning, teaching, research, and operations for Loyola University Chicago, higher education, and technology communities.

Staff Directory

Departments within the ITS Division

  • Office of the VP/CIO
  • Business Operations and Administrative Services
  • Systems Implementation & Consulting
  • Infrastructure Services
  • Academic Technology Services
  • Enterprise Services

Office of the VP/CIO

Business Operations and Administrative Services

  • Open Position — Business Manager

Systems Implementation & Consulting

Kevin Smith—Director
The Systems Implementation and Consulting unit within ITS is responsible for the development, implementation, and support of the Loyola’s business applications and databases.

Infrastructure Services

Dan Vonder Heide—Director
The Infrastructure Services unit within ITS is responsible for the planning, installation, maintenance, and support of Loyola’s networks, servers, and desktop computers across multiple campuses.

Academic Technology Services

Bruce Montes—Director
The Academic Technology Services unit within ITS is responsible for the planning and implementation of technology support of Loyola’s academic and classroom and lab systems and for the support of the use of technology by students, faculty, and staff.

Enterprise Services

Jim Sibenaller—Director
The Enterprise Architecture and Project Management Office unit within ITS is responsible for the planning and process of Loyola’s business processes and projects as they relate to technology. The unit also is responsible for Loyola’s information security initiatives and operations.