To provide and support the technological framework necessary to advance the mission of the university.
IT engages the students, faculty and staff of Bushnell University by building and providing secure and reliable systems; managing technological change and risk; and fostering innovation and technical competence across the university.
Responsive. Professional. Efficient.
What to bring to campus
Welcome to Bushnell! While it isn’t required, many students chose to bring a laptop or desktop. If you chose to do so, the IT department recommends the following specifications:
- Laptop or Desktop
- Windows 7 or 10
- Intel i5 processor or better, or an AMD processor from the last 3 years
- 4 gigabytes of RAM
- Antivirus software
- iMac or MacBook (Pro or Air) from within the last three years
- Ubuntu 16.04 or newer
Chromebooks and tablets alone typically are not sufficient for academic work.
Where can I print?
Students receive printing credit each term that can be used on a high quality color laser printer in the library. You are welcome to bring a printer from home, but many students enjoy using their library print quota rather than buying their own printer ink.
If you do chose to bring a printer, we do not recommend wireless printers. These typically don’t provide much security and the dorm network is shared with many others. If you already have a wireless printer, we recommend disabling the wireless functionality and connecting directly to the printer with a USB cable.
Free copy of MICROSOFT OFFICE for students
Students may download a free copy of Microsoft Office for their personal computer during their time at Bushnell. After you’ve received your Bushnell account, submit a help ticket via MyBushnell to receive download instructions.
Information We Collect
The university collects and stores only the information that you knowingly provide to us using our Web sites’ registration form(s), including but not limited to: your name, address, and phone number. We may request additional information if you order a product or service, request information, or participate in a survey via one of our Web site(s). Additionally, your Internet domain, IP address, and session usage information (which does not identify you personally) may be used to help us improve the content and performance of our Web site(s). Your sole option, if you do not wish to provide all requested information, is to not participate in a Bushnell University web site.
Some pages on our site(s) may use “cookies” to enhance your online experience. Cookies are small pieces of data that are temporarily placed on your computer’s hard drive to help identify you. The cookies that we place on your hard drive remain active only while your browser is open. They are not used to collect personal information. Your Web browser may allow you to be notified when you are receiving a cookie, giving you the choice to accept it or not. If you choose not to accept cookies, some pages may not function fully and you may not be able to access certain information on our site(s).
Links from Bushnell University Website(s)
University web site(s) may contain links to other sites. The university is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of such web sites.
How your information is used
We do not sell, rent, provide or otherwise share your individual information with any third parties. The university may use information you have disclosed to us as follows:
- To send you information about our organization and our products and services.
- To contact you, when necessary (at your request, for example).
- To help diagnose problems with our server or web site(s).
- To administer our web site(s).
Student Information Usage
For information on the university’s compliance with the Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act (FERPA), see our record policies.