The Information Technology Division is the primary provider for core information technology services and computing resources at NDSU, including classroom technologies, learning management systems, telecommunications systems, card-key building access, and campus cyberinfrastructure.
The Information Technology Division acknowledges the diverse and ever-changing needs of those we serve as we support the mission 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 Technologies
2015-2016 Annual Report
Download the 2015-2016 NDSU Information Technology Division Annual Report. The report contains information about the organization's initiatives and accomplishments during the fiscal year, financial data, and updates regarding technology for teaching and learning, enterprise systems, application development, telecommunications, emergency technologies, training, support, advanced applications, outreach, partnerships and more!
N.D. University System IT Consolidation
The N.D. University System has initiated projects to consolidate IT services across multiple institutions.
Information for NDSU students, faculty and staff regarding the Office 365 consolidation and Blackboard consolidation projects is available on the Information Technology Services website:
Vice President for Information Technology
Quentin Burdick Building 206
Phone: (701) 231-8640
Fax: (701) 231-8541
The VP for Information Technology meets with academic, administrative and auxiliary departments on an annual basis to discuss how to best meet the IT needs of campus.
To schedule a meeting with VP Wallman, please email email@example.com or call (701) 231-5646.