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Our Mission & Vision

Our Vision

Our vision is to build and maintain an innovative, reliable, dynamic, secure, and efficient IT environment that enables, maintains, promotes, and supports teaching, learning, research, business, and administrative operations at the University of Liberia, leveraging innovative and emerging technologies.

Our Mission

The Mission of the Office of Information Technology (OIT) is to align Information Technology with the University’s Strategic Plan, in particular, its academic mission, administrative and business operations.

Core Values

Customer-focused and Service-driven – Our customers remain our top priority, therefore, we are
committed to ensuring that their ICT needs are met in a timely and efficient manner. We are also
committed to providing quality services to our customers to enable and support a better learning

Integrity: We are guided by the virtues of honesty, transparency, and fairness in our actions.

Innovation: We are committed to exploring innovative and emerging technologies and
implementing creative solutions to provide greater value to the university community.

Reliability: We are committed to providing reliable information resources and secure information
technology infrastructure to the university community through excellent support in a timely and
friendly manner.

Adaptability: We adapt to the changing needs of the University to ensure continuous

Collaboration: We encourage and harness collaboration among people, units, and institutions for
serving the common good.

Office of Information & Units

Heads of Units

Units and Sub-Units

OIT Staff & Qualifications



Years of Exp


Current Position

New Position

Jenkins Yonly

B.A- Economics



Director- OIT


Q. Randalson Saye

BSIT, BA-Public Adm





Paul Metieh




Deputy Dir- EC


Gardea Jackson




Deputy Dir- EU


Richmond Yarkpah

B.A. Business Mgmt



Deputy Dir –TRI


Andrew Anderson

B. A. Management



Act. DD- Infrastructure


Dennis Osadebay




Sr. System Administrator

Project Manager

Harris H. S. Viskinda

BSIT-System Adm



Web Administrator

System Admin/Developer

Randolph Stewart

BSIT-System Adm



Jr. System Administrator

Sr. System Administrator

Jason Weni, Jr. 




Network Support Spec

Net Support/Jr. Sys Admin

Ian Pederson




IT Support Specialist


Joseph Stubberfield

B. A. Agriculture



IT Support Specialist


Lawrence Dennis

B.A. Public Admin



IT Support Specialist


Vivian Wreh

B.Sc- Geology



IT Support Specialist


Akimi Toe

B.Sc. Geology



IT Support Specialist


Asha Kaba




Web Developer


Oluwakeme Bokare

BSIT, B.Sc. Geology



Jr. System Admin


Lizzy Demning




Web Developer


Milla Cephas

B.Sc. Civil Eng



IT Support Specialist


Prince Fully

B.Sc. Geology



Instruct Tech Specialist


Augustine Perry




IT Support Specialist


Christian Weah

B.Sc. Civil Eng. 



Elearning Specialist


Foeday Zinnah

B.Sc. Civil Eng.



Elearning Specialist


Jonathan Karngar




Elearning Specialist


James Tuah






Gbono Dempster

B.Sc. Mathematics





Charles Martin

M.S. Mass Com 





Prince Newland

M.S. Network Sec



Cyber Security Specialist


Malcolm Harris

M.S. Network Sec



Network Security Specialist


Samuel Saykah

B. A. Public Admin



IT Support Specialist





















Policies Documents

Our IT Environment

Network Topology

  • Four Campuses with different buildings
  • Star Topology adopted
  • Designed based on the architectural layout of UL
  • A top-down approach Star Topology used

Anticipated Network

Design Layout

A Central router (Should be used) to send/receive all packets to other routers located at various campuses 

Separate router for each campus 

Each router connects to a switch (Core, Distributions and Access) 

Backup servers and power solutions 

Current Network Hierarchy

Design Layout Cont.

• A firewall device is (supposed) to be available to ensure security within the network
• Wi-fi connectivity is available on all campuses
• Internet is being provided to our central router by LIBTELCO
• Users can access the network via access switches.

Network Cable Drops (Proposed)

Thanks to A. Anderson and Team 

he total number of cable drops needed on the Capitol Hill campus is (203)

• The total number of cable drops at the College of Health Sciences is (37)

• Total cable drops on the Fendall campus are (458).

• Total cable drops on the Sinje Campus are (70).

Application & Network Service

Data Center

Hybrid Data Center
– Physical Data Center
– Cloud Computing
Environment (Digital Ocean)

Directory Services 

Active Directory?

Application Services

• Operating System (Windows and Linux) 

• Schoolink (School Information System)
• Online Registration (Schoolink)
• eLearning Platform (MOODLE)
• Digital Entrance Exams



Schoolink (E-Portal)                    

E-Learning/Infrastructure Digital Ocean

BigBlue Button/Video conferencing

UL Mobile APP

UL -ELibrary

Office 365 Software




UL Digital Entrance Software (Additions)

UL Network Management Software (Sophos)

Other Software Projects

Number of Computer Labs (UL Has 27 Computer Labs)

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Contact Us

P.O Box 10-9020, Capitol Hill
1000 Monrovia, 10 Liberia
West Africa

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