Welcome to Technology Support Client Services
formerly Classroom Support & Instructional Technical Services (CSITS)
Technology Support Client Services (TSCS) is your starting point when it comes to addressing all of your information and instructional technology needs. We staff and maintain two Help Desk operations, the Classroom and Event Support Help Desk and a separate IT Help Desk
The IT Help Desk
is the University’s single point-of-contact to receive live personal assistance to help address all of your IT questions and calls for help throughout the standard forty hour work week. The Classroom Support Help Desk is staffed to provide immediate technical assistance for any classroom related issue throughout the extended academic week.
TSCS also offers a broad range of Multimedia and Video production services including; audio, video & instructional technology consulting, engineering, and systems integration, in support of the University community. We also provide resources and services to aide in supporting the technical aspects
of your programs, activities and events.
Please take some time to explore the TSCS web site, and if you have questions, review the information within our FAQ guide
. If that does not answer your question, please Contact us
If you require technical assistance for an issue outside of a General Purpose Classroom, please contact the IT Help Desk directly at (248) 370-4357.
Our Threefold Mission:
Strive to provide responsive help desk experiences to the University community in which calls for classroom and general technology help are received, analyzed and responded to within a short period of time resulting in an effective problem resolution and a satisfied customer
- Strive to work with others in the development, integration and support of teaching and learning spaces in an effort to provide our faculty and students with a resource enriched learning environment
- Strive to provide audio-visual and multi-media production consulting, planning, creation and resource services; to help ensure the success of academic and non-academic programs, activities and events