The Information Technology Department (IT) exists to manage the campus computer network and all institutionally owned machines; to assist students with accessing the campus network with their personal computing devices; and to deal with all technology-based initiatives on campus. An on-line help-desk solution is available for logging your support requests and finding self-serve solutions. It's location is in the new Library building.
Student Services exists to support your academic and personal success by ensuring you have the best possible experience on campus. It is our goal to foster collaboration and dialogue between all offices and departments that contribute to the lives of our students.
Lakeview Hall, Riverton Hall, and Maple Hall are co-gender dormitories located on the campus of Burman University. Our unique environment promotes study, spiritual nurture and social interaction. Two separate wings house women and men, with common use areas being the centre lobby, chapel, kitchenette, laundry room, and TV room. Rooms are fully furnished for students with the exception of linens and toiletries. In a Seventh-day Adventist Christian environment such as ours, residents strive to uphold the principles of the dorm and an appropriate standard for cooperative living.
At Student Financial Services it's our mission to make education financially accessible. We'll help you navigate through the paperwork and find the best way for you to finance your future. We have the tools and resources and we are eager to see what we can do for you.