Long story short, my department doesn't have an IT admin and it needs one badly. My boss has been attempting to get by having student developers attempt to administrate the network on the side. I have gotten some help from professional administrators for a short term solution, but feel this still isn't enough. I will only be working here for 1 more month, but I still feel like I need to communicate that I, along with the other student developers, don't feel prepared to take on the responsibilities of an IT Administrator. I'm not really sure what is appropriate at this point and need some guidance in telling my boss that I think the department needs its own IT Administrator.
How can I professionally tell my boss this news? Would it be something appropriate for the team meetings we have, or should I do it in private? Would my supervisor need to be present? Should I just tell him that I don't have the experience necessary to deal with the situation, or should I also mention the fact that I think IT Administration is something that students are not capable of handling alone?
How do I tell my boss I cannot be responsible for IT Administration?
UPDATE: My boss and I have had two one on one meetings. There were a spur of the moment thing and not consistent or regularly scheduled.