Breakout Session

Doing (More) Better with Less; An exercise in “Right Sizing”

Track: Policy Issues & Institutional Strategic Planning

Breakout Session VII
Fri 12:00 pm – 12:55 pm

After 15 years of manages services from SCT>SunGard>Ellucian, Raritan Valley Community College embarked on a substantial restructuring of its IT support services with the objective of reducing costs and improving support services.

The initiative was designed to be a “Right Sizing” solution that brought key positions back to the College, a remote Help Desk and also brought about changes in campus culture. This presentation will describe the process that started as a “do more with less” directive that is shaping into a “do better with less” outcome.

Chuck Chulvick
Vice President for Technology, Assessment and Planning & CIO
Raritan Valley Community College

Bio / Expertise
Chuck has 35+ years of experience in using, providing, and managing technology in higher education in both Europe and the United States (University of Edinburgh; Seton Hall University; University of Scranton; Raritan Valley Community College). This experience has included responsibility for both academic (instructional computing) and administrative information systems. I have significant experience in the field of distance education having served as the past Chairperson and a founding member of the New Jersey Virtual Community College Consortium (NJVCCC). He has taught both face to face and on-line courses as an adjunct instructor in Computer Information Systems.

Currently, he serves as Vice President for Technology, Assessment and Planning as RVCC’s CIO. His responsibilities include supervision of the following areas:

  • Instructional Technology (including support for Distance Education)
  • Administrative and Instructional Computing Systems and network and telecommunications infrastructure.
  • Institutional Research, Assessment and Planning

Chuck has earned a M.Sc. in Town and Country Planning from the University of Wales (UK) and a B.A. in Government & Political Science from King’s College (PA).

He has served as an Executive Board Member (Secretary) of ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) and a member of the EDUCAUSE 2004 Program Committee, a past member of the Nomination and Election Committee of Educause, a past member of the SCT Customer Advisory Board. He has presented numerous papers at CAUSE, EDUCAUSE, League of Innovation CIT, NECC, Telelearning, and BANNER Summit meetings.