Information Technology

An extensive information technology infrastructure supports Mayo education programs. This includes a campus-wide gigabit ethernet, research computing staff, and a fully integrated intranet accessible from all three campuses.

Mayo faculty and students also have access to the latest computational technologies developed by the Biomathematics Resource and Biomedical Imaging Resource.

Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences students may attend computer training classes offered through Mayo's Microcomputer Services.

A state-of-the-art video communications network provides full-motion, two-way, interactive videoconferencing among the Rochester, Scottsdale and Jacksonville campuses. This dynamic resource allows students at each Mayo campus to participate in courses, seminars and other programs regardless of their origination.

Visual Communications
Media Support Services staff can assist you with the production of high-quality graphics materials and photographic images for educational presentations and publications.