Empowering members of campus community by facilitating efficient use of technology and communication services, ITS strives to advance the mission and institutional goals of The College of Saint Rose.


At the end of each academic year, our faculty and student bodies let us know how we’re doing, both the level of service of technology at Saint Rose as well as the impact of technology on teaching and learning. The spring 2012 technology surveys had 119 faculty members and instructors completing the survey and 590 student respondents. While the statistical data is helpful and the increased response rate adds to the validity of the data, the individual comments provide a wealth of insight into how our constituents feel about technology at Saint Rose.

Click here to open or download the complete Spring 2014 Faculty & Student Technology Survey Report.

In the spring of 2012, The Educause Center for Applied Research (ECAR) collaborated with 195 institutions to collect responses from more than 100,000 students about their technology experiences. The Office of Institutional Research was responsible for creating a representative pool of Saint Rose undergraduate students for the survey. The Saint Rose final response rate was 15% based on a response of 412 students on a sample of 2,730 students. The overall national survey response rate was 9%The full ECAR report can be found here.

The survey results for Saint Rose undergraduate students and their comparisons to other MA private institutions and all institutions are provided here.


Curious about what we’ve been up to? We’re proud to share a snapshot of ITS data trends a snapshot of ITS data trends – such as workshop offerings, volume of calls, number of computers and classroom technology, and network utilization.