The Information Technology Division is the primary provider for a variety of information technology services and computing resources at NDSU, including classroom technologies, learning management systems, telecommunications systems, card-key building access, and campus cyberinfrastructure.
NDSU's Information Technology Division is comprised of a talented team of professionals who strive to provide reliable systems and services, and to encourage the adoption of innovative technologies.
The IT Division acknowledges the diverse and ever-changing needs of those we serve as we aim to enable the success of our student-focused, land grant, research university.
Major departments within the Information Technology Division include:
- The Office of the Vice President for Information Technology
- Enterprise Computing & Infrastructure
- Information Technology Services
- Telecommunications & Emergency Support Technologies
Spring 2015 Technology Fee Action Plan Proposals are due at 5 p.m. on Jan. 16, 2015. Application guidelines and the recently revised proposal form can be found on the TFAC website.
To receive consideration, deliver a paper copy of the action plan with required signatures to the TFAC, c/o Marc Wallman, Vice President for Information Technology, Quentin Burdick Building 206.