Art Department Graphics Lab – FAC 17
Hours: Open by arrangement with Art Faculty

Biology/Physics Computation Lab (BCL) – SC 343
Hours: Open by arrangement with Biology or Physics Faculty

Chemistry Computation Lab (CCL) – SC 243
Hours: Open by arrangement with Chemistry Faculty

Classroom Technology Center Lab – CTC 201
Hours: Every day 7 a.m. to 12 Midnight

Curriculum Lab – Vogel Library (Lower Level)
Hours: Library building hours

Information Lab – Vogel Library
Hours: Library building hours

Introductory Computing Lab – SC 43
Hours: Open during building hours 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Journalism Lab – MC 133
Hours: Open by arrangement with Journalism & Communication Faculty

Presser Music Technology Classroom – FAC 210
Hours: Open by arrangement with Music Faculty

Symbolic Computation Lab (SCL) – SC 249
Hours: Open during building hours 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Unix Computation Lab (UCL) – SC 347
Hours: Open by arrangement with Computer Science Faculty

Whitehouse Business Center Lab – WBC 117
Hours: 24hrs/day

Bringing a Computer/Personal Device to Campus?
Wartburg College offers networking services to the entire campus. All students living in college residence halls are able to connect multiple devices to the Internet in their room.

What you need to bring
PCs and Apple computers/devices work well in the residence halls. For the best performance on the network computers should have been purchased in the last four years. All you need to bring to campus is your computer with the software you want to run and an Ethernet cable to connect. These cables can be purchased at various lengths at most office/computer supply stores.

How to Connect to the Network
As soon as you plug your computer into a network socket in your room and open a web browser, you will be guided to download and install the Registration Pack that will provide step-by-step instruction and required software to register your computer with the Wartburg network. For more information, view the ITS resources page.

General Computing Policies
Please read this policy before proceeding any farther.

Free Personal Storage
Each student at Wartburg has access to free network storage that can be accessed anywhere on and off campus. To map the personal storage drive to an Apple or PC computer, download the instructions from the ITS resources page.

Connecting from Campus Labs: You are automatically connected once you log into the computer using your campus login account. Personal storage  is located under ‘My Computer.’ Whenever you log on, you must remember to log off once you are finished or the next person using the computer will have access to your files!

Gaming Devices
All gaming devices that require Internet access must be registered. Use the link above to register your device. You will need to know the address of your device to register it. Download instructions on the ITS resources page.

Copyright Infringement Policy
It is the policy of Wartburg College to promptly process and investigate notices of alleged copyright infringement, and take appropriate actions under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

Administration & Administrative Support
Loni Abbas, Assistant VP of ITS & Chief Information Officer
Loni joined the staff of ITS in November 2019. She directs the activities of the ITS staff, the production manager and the broadcast engineer. She is a three time graduate of the University of Northern Iowa receiving a BA in Computer Science in 1989, an MS in Computer Science in 1998, and a Doctor of Technology in 2014. She previously worked at the University of Northern Iowa in a variety of technology capacities. 

Beth Sinnwell, Office Coordinator

Beth joined the staff in 2018 and provides administrative support for both the ITS and Marketing & Communication departments. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Northern Iowa, and previously worked as a business analyst at GMAC Mortgage and Ocwen Loan Servicing, Waterloo.

Desktop/Laptop/Media/Classroom Technology Support
Tim Greenwald, Learning Spaces Support Specialist
Tim joined the staff in August 2020. He provides support for faculty, staff, and students for all classroom technology. He also provides PC and MAC support. He earned a degree from Wartburg in 2008
E-Mail & Networking Support
Karen Koupal, Director IT Infrastructure Services 
Karen joined the staff in 1999. She plans, directs and coordinates the design, installation and connectivity of computer and network systems to ensure stable operation. A 1987 graduate of the University of Northern Iowa, she previously was a network operations manager at Oster Communications Inc. 

Jeremy Humpal, Systems Administrator
Jeremy joined the staff in May 2021. He maintains the physical and virtual server environment. Jeremy holds an Associates Degree in Computer Technology, as well as a certificate in Data Center Virtualization and Storage from NICC, Calmar. He previously worked in the private sector, as well as the public safety industry performing software/application support, helpdesk, and server/network administration.

Zac Lyon, Infrastructure Specialist
Zac joined the staff in 2020. His responsibilities include installation and connectivity of computer and network systems. Zac earned an Associates Degree in Information Technology Network Administrator.  
Web & Database Application Development
Tod Schulz, Director of IT Application Services
Tod joined the staff in 1987. He coordinates the implementation, maintenance, and support of administrative systems and application development/integration. Todd is a 1985 graduate of the Business Institute of Technology, Cedar Falls.

Henrique Donati, Applications Systems Analyst

Henrique joined the staff in 2018. He provides support for different administrative application software. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology with an emphasis in Game Development, Cyber Security and Forensics, and Network Management from Upper Iowa University in 2016 and is working on a minor in Software Engineering.

Kyle Ruckman, Business Analyst

Kyle joined the staff in 2021 and works with the design of the Wartburg data warehouse as well as providing support for administrative applications. Kyle earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Wartburg in 2021.

Rich Everhardt, Web Application Developer
Rich joined the staff in 2014. He does application development with an emphasis on web development. He earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Wartburg in 1991. He previously worked as an application developer at Wells Fargo, Des Moines, and CUNA Mutual, Waverly. 
Media/Broadcast &Theater Support
Lucas Wendland, Broadcast Engineer
Lucas joined the staff in 2019. He provides the Department of Journalism and Communication with support for KWAR-FM, Trumpet, KV Films and Knightvision. He previously worked at KWWL.

ITS VISION STATEMENT: ITS will be the pillar supporting Wartburg as a premier institution of choice.

ITS MISSION STATEMENT: Through an inclusive environment, ITS provides exceptional technical support & uninterrupted service to elevate the experience of the Wartburg community while advancing institutional goals and core values.