Copiers and Printers

The College maintains a lease contract on all multifunction copiers on campus that provides maintenance and repair services. To report an issue with your copier, please contact the Help Desk at 330-287-4357 or any of the staff members below. Please have the device service tag number (P-XXXX) ready when you call. A technician will be dispatched as soon as possible. To request toner please complete the toner request form. The toner will be delivered to your office within 24 hours. Paper is provided through the Store Room from a central budget. 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 14 and 11 x 17 sizes are available. To request paper please complete the paper request form. Trucking will deliver your paper order within 24 hours.

Vince Discipio, Director of Technology Services

phone: 2612 |

Robin Croft, Technical Associate

phone: 330-287-4357 |

Robin has responsibility for supporting College-standard computing equipment and software for the College community. This support includes maintenance, repair and recommendation of notebook and desktop computers, peripherals, public access computer labs, printing stations, and loaner equipment and access to software and licenses as necessary. Working with student and College staff in the Technology Services Center, the Technical Associate contributes to the effective operation of the Service Desk.

Joel Bosler-Kilmer, Field Service Coordinator

phone: 330-287-4357 |

As Field Service Coordinator, Joel takes a lead role for new system installs for faculty and staff, manages a group of onsite Student Technology Assistants, and leads our effort to respond quickly to break/fix issues related to computers and printers. Joel can be reached by calling the Service Desk at 330-287-4357

John Shatzer, Technical Associate

phone: 330-287-4357 |

As Technical Associate John has responsibility for supporting College-standard computing equipment and software for the College community. This support includes maintenance, repair and recommendation of notebook and desktop computers, peripherals, public access computer labs, printing stations, and loaner equipment and access to software and licenses as necessary.