The Office of Information Technologies (OIT) is the central division that supports enterprise-wide computing on campus. It provides the products and services that you will use every day to complete tasks related to your studies or your jobs.
Computerworld ranks Notre Dame #13 among large organizations in the Best Places to Work in IT 2019 list.
We serve as Notre Dame’s trusted technology partner. We collaborate with campus and external constituents to steward the University’s digital assets by delivering secure, reliable, and efficient technology solutions and expertise that enable them to achieve their goals.
We will deliver robust, dependable, integrated and innovative information technology services and support that will inspire our partners to seek us out from idea inception through the solution lifecycle.
Campus Technology Committees
The OIT leads and/or participates on several councils or committees that provide guidance to decisions affecting technology services and information security.
University Council for Academic Technologies (UCAT)
The UCAT Committee is a forum for faculty, students and OIT leaders to consider policies, practices, and procedures related to University computing and information services.
Information Governance Committee
The Information Governance Committee (IGC) serves as the University’s primary oversight body for protecting the confidentiality and integrity of University information. This includes specific governance responsibility for the information security, transaction processing, and business intelligence functions. The scope of the committee extends to all University data, whether in electronic, paper or other forms.