University Information Technology Services (UITS) tends to the modern, multifaceted technology environment at Indiana University. Each day, UITS works to develop and maintain a rich information-technology environment throughout the university that supports IU's vision for excellence in research, teaching, outreach, and lifelong learning.
Get the most out of UITS
UITS supports the academic and administrative work of the IU community in ways beyond its tech help. Members of the university community have access to a deep fleet of tools and services offered by UITS, a collection of technology resources that includes:
Structure & governance
UITS reports to the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology (OVPIT), which drives the continued development of information technology at IU.
Brad Wheeler, PhD, is vice president for information technology and chief information officer (CIO), and Laurie G. Antolović is associate vice president and deputy chief information officer (DCIO).Review OVPIT and CIO structure Get to know leadership
UITS is divided into six units that work together to sustain the technology resources and users at the university.
Develops and supports technological innovation in research to open new possibilities for discovery and productivity
Focuses on using technology to improve the classroom experience and learning processes for students and faculty
Provides services and support for the IU health sciences community to help it become a national leader among academic healthcare organizations
Maintains the large-scale software applications that support important university activities, as well as relationships with various service providers and partners
Directs advanced networking engineering services for the university and manages international and other outward-facing network initiatives
Organizes licensing agreements for the university and offers support services to students, faculty, and staff