COVID-19 IT Information, Resources, and Contingency Plan

Dear College of Medicine Faculty, Students and Staff,

In response to the national emergency from COVID-19 outbreak, the College of Medicine Information Technology Services (COM-ITS) is now working 100% remotely to assist you with any technical requests you may have. In trying to serve our community more efficiently and effectively we are adjusting our service hours back to 7:30a-5:30p. Details below:

Service Hours Change

COM-ITS will now revert back to normal remote computer-related service hours for the college to 7:30am to 5:30pm beginning Monday May 11th, 2020:

· 7:30 am – 5:30 pm – regular remote service via: 626-8721, voicemail, or submitting ticket via email or website

How to contact ITS

  • We are focusing our efforts towards remote support versus face to face when necessary and applicable
  • For MedLearn related issues, submit them online via MedLearn Feedback link.
  • All other issues should be directed to the COM ITS Service Desk at (520)626-8721, or online at
  • In the event that you are unable to reach us via phone, due to a large volume of calls, please send an email to or submit a ticket online at
  • For urgent situations that ITS leadership attention is needed, please contact: Ed Xia, Assistant Dean, Information Technology Services, College of Medicine Information Technology Services –
    • Issues related to email, file storage, servers, computer support and security:  Maysoon Eshelman, Director of Infrastructure Services and Customer Care, at
    • Issues related to applications and databases: Winifred Blumenkron, Director of Enterprise Applications and Project Portfolio Management, at

Working remotely

If working remotely (off-campus) or using a personal device not on UAWifi wireless network, you may need to use VPN to connect to some campus resources

Stay Up to Date with the COM ITS Alerts, Notices and Resources

Practice Safe Computing

Though we are limited by our capacity and resources, all ITS members will strive to do our best to address every issue and support request as quickly as possible given the circumstances and as plans are adapted to ensure business continuity during this time.  We encourage you to sign up for the UAlert emergency notification system for up to date information in the event of an emergency.  Go to and follow the prompts.


Information Technologies Department
College of Medicine, Tucson