Welcome!

Welcome to MVNU’s Technical Support Page. We aim to challenge the stereotype associated with traditional tech support by focusing on exceptional customer service. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is on hand and excited to serve in any way you need. Give us a call, shoot us an email, or swing by and we will do what we can to assist in whatever technology problems you’re experiencing.


Contact Us!

Location:

Basement of Thorne LLRC (The library)
At the bottom of the stairs, turn right—we're the first door on the left!

See on map!

Business Hours:

Fall & Spring:

Mon-Thu: 7:30am-8:30pm
Fri: 7:30am-4:30pm

Summer, J-Term, & Breaks:

Mon-Fri: 8:00am-4:30pm
Contact Info:

Phone:
(866) 462-6868 x5555
(740) 397-9000 x5555 (Local)

Text:
(320) 634-MOBO (6626)

Email:
Helpdesk@mvnu.edu

Facebook:
MVNUIT

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Work in Progress!

This page is still under development--please pardon any gibberish text, wonky layouts, or wild orangutans!

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Work in Progress!

This page is still under development--please pardon any gibberish text, wonky layouts, or wild orangutans!

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Join the Mother Ship!

MotherBoard is always receiving applications for employment and will gladly meet with you in person to discuss possible job availability. Follow these steps to apply to become a MOBO

  1. Fill out an application for employment on MVNU’s HR site found here
  2. Contact Heather at ext. 5550 and schedule an appointment to come down to meet the staff and interview.
  3. Bring any Resume, references, or job history with you.

The qualifications that we look for in students to work in the MotherBoard office are:

  1. A servants heart - We are constantly bombarded with urgent requests for support and help and we challenge the stereotype of technical support by providing person-centered care.
  2. Flexibility - things can change at a moment’s notice in the HelpDesk and we want to find students who can maintain an even keel if asked to drop what they had planned to do at a moments notice.
  3. An eagerness to learn - Being part of an educational institution, we feel the importance to know technology is best taught through experience and on-hand learning. For this reason, we don’t look only for Technology Majors, but anyone interested and willing to learn about computers.
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