IT Resources

Office of Information Technology – Service and Support

The goal of the GC Office of Information Technology (OIT), is to provide the GC campus with innovative, customer-focused IT support and core IT services. The OIT seeks to foster partnership and collaboration with academic, and administrative units in order to create a robust, best-in-class IT environment.

OIT strives to:

  • Deliver core infrastructure and enterprise IT services for business effectiveness
  • Provide a fluid and adaptable academic and student experience

Meet the Staff

Regina Elliott
Chief Information Officer
O: 336-272-7102, x5300

Pam Scully
Chief Information Officer
O: 336-272-7102, x5300

Greg Sykes
Network and Systems Administrator – Information Technology
O: 336-272-7102, x5300

DaSharra Whitehead
Helpdesk Support Specialist – Information Technology
O: 336-272-7102, x5300

(For all technical questions or to report an issue, please use the tech support link to create a “ticket” which will be addressed by IT staff as soon as possible. We kindly ask to not email the individual IT staff member about an issue.)

Quick Links

Project Management

See what’s going on with current OIT projects on campus


We have completed the migration of Moodle from our on-campus servers to a new cloud hosting provider, where Moodle will be better serviced, updated, and supported by Moodle directly. As such, there is a new process for accessing and logging into Moodle.


Login – your Moodle username is the same as your Greensboro College username.

Temporary Password – Please email (you will be required to change your password upon logging into the system for the first time).

This password is for Moodle ONLY and will not change your user account password.

If you are new or returning student and do not have a Moodle user account, new user accounts will be created once they are reported to IT by admissions.

If you have any other issues accessing Moodle, please email: Moodle Support

(Other project lists TBD)

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“I loved the GC Honors program and Greensboro College. I felt safe and a sense of genuine belonging at the college. I worked closely with my thesis advisor and professors who helped inspire me to define my path and passion of interest. That path has led me to my doctoral studies in Engineering Mechanics.”

- Joshua Fitzgerald, Class of ’19, Mathematics Major

Joshua currently studies astrodynamics at Virginia Tech University and is an Engineering Mechanics Ph.D. Candidate.