- 508A Huntington National Bank Building
- Director of the Office of Information Services
- BS, Computer Science, Michigan Technological University
- Information Technology Service Management Certificate, Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundation
Cayce C. Will is the Director of the Office of Information Services for the Vice President for Administration Division at Michigan Tech. His responsibilities include guiding, leading, and aligning the Information Technology and Business Intelligence activities within the Vice President for Administration areas with the University's strategic plan while meeting the business needs of each unit. Major units include the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum, Auxiliary Services, Office of Continuous Improvement, Facilities Management, Human Resources, Public Safety and Police Services, and Business Operations.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Michigan Tech, and is completing a Master of Science in Administration with a focus on Information Resource Management from Central Michigan University. He also holds a certificate in Information Technology Service Management through the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundation. Cayce is active in the EDUCAUSE IT Governance Working Group, and serves as a reviewer for EDUCAUSE conference proposals. He serves as a senator on the University Senate, and is the Chair of the Senate IT Committee. Cayce is also a Lean facilitator and Lean Implementation Leader at Michigan Tech, and is the advisor to the University's Student Aikido Club.
Prior to Michigan Tech, Cayce owned and operated an independent Internet Service Provider in Lower Michigan, as well as worked as an IT Manager at Besser Corporation, managing the international manufacturer's corporate IT data center and supporting systems across North America and Besser's offices and facility in Germany. More recently, Cayce was Director of Infrastructure Services in Michigan Tech's Central IT. He is a proponent of Lean IT, Continuous Improvement, and IT as a Service. Cayce believes in the need for effective IT governance to strategically align business needs with IT resources.