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Services and Resources

Our team consists of faculty and staff, program chairs, the dean and associate deans, an achievement coach, instructional technicians, tutors, and peer mentors who are dedicated to students' success. Also, we pride our self on computer and technology-rich classrooms.

Business & Information Technology offers resources to help students be successful. These are a valuable part of the dynamic environment the we provide to keep students current in the business and information technology fields. A video in Adobe Flash or Microsoft Silverlight provides an overview of the many resources.

Achievement Coach

The Achievement Coach is available to support the goals of BIT's students and helps improve student retention and success through increasing student completion and graduation. These services are free and available upon request by BIT students, faculty, and staff.

Contact Kim Gieck at (505) 224-3811 or

Business Resource Centers

The Business Resource Center has all the computer programs taught in the School of Business & Information Technology classrooms. Instructional Technicians are available to help you and offer support.

The Business Resource Centers are available for class-related work only and is a great place for:

  • Complete homework assignments
  • Research projects
  • Practice skills
  • Access distance learning courses.
  • Borrow textbooks (for use in center only)
  • Copying and scanning services available

Student Clubs and Organizations

Student Clubs and Organizations foster a sense of community, and are sponsored by our faculty and staff. Students are encouraged to participate and will find that such activities and projects and the interacting with fellow students is a rewarding aspect of attending college.

Cooperative Education and Internships

This program gives students the opportunity to receive credit for new on-the-job learning experiences related to your program of studies. They may be either paid or unpaid. If paid, they are called Cooperative Education; if unpaid, Internships.

School Advisor

The BIT School Advisor is available to support the academic goals of BIT’s students and helps improve student retention and success through increasing student completion and graduation. The School Advisor provides guidance and support with:

  • Collaborating to create an educational plan
  • Course planning
  • Transfer information
  • Reviewing program and graduation requirements

Contact Theresa Torres at (505) 224-3811 or .