About OIT

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) department provides computing, software, and communications support services to students, faculty, and staff throughout the University.

The department manages and supports software development, applications support and data warehousing, network services, and server support and management. The goal of the organization is to assist departments and colleges in automating any administrative or academic process within the University that can benefit from automation and thereby improve the efficiency and accuracy of University operations.

The faculty, staff and student employees of OIT are responsible for core OIT systems and services, including e-mail, network security, NetID authentication, and OIT communications, as well as computer hardware and software troubleshooting.

Knowledge Base Curious? Explore the OIT Knowledge Base to find answers to all your technology-related questions.
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Services and Support Catalog Request services or support from OIT out of a catalog.
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Research Resources Cyberinfrastructure within the Office of Information Technology is dedicated to providing researched based infrastructure to support our campus' R1 researchers.
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Policies OIT Policies
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Departments Who enables the technology that enables your work and learning? Meet the teams behind the scenes.
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Committees Committees comprised of diverse campus representatives guide and advice OIT.
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Communications News, events, opportunities...learn everything you need to know about what's news in the Office of Information Technology.
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OIT and University Core Theme Alignment Explore OIT's driving themes and the way they coordinate with the University's.
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Job Opportunities We want you to work with us! Visit the University's main HR website in order to explore current job opportunities.
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IT Security Compliance Policies, procedures, and configuration guidelines to he​lp assist University faculty, staff, and administration in making more informed deci​​​sions that assist in abiding by all applicable ​​​​​laws, regulations, and best practices. Please note you'll need a NetID to access this information.
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