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University Information Technology Services (UITS)

University Information Technology Services (UITS)

As an IU graduate student, you'll use information technology (IT) every day. UITS (uits.iu.edu), the central technology organization at IU, is here to help you.

With offices on each IU campus, UITS oversees a broad spectrum of services that support academic and administrative pursuits at IU. These services include high-speed campus networking, wireless access, central web hosting, free and low-cost software for personal use, and software and support for teaching, learning, and research. In addition, UITS provides high-performance supercomputers, mass data storage, and visualization technology.

Establish your computing accounts: To set up your student Network ID, email, and printing accounts, visit itaccounts.iu.edu.

Download software: Get no-cost software – including Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, and much more – from IUware.

Brush up on technology: Take advantage of no-cost training opportunities, such as in-person and online computing workshops and self-study training resources at UITS IT Training.

Sign up for emergency alerts: Set up your Emergency Notification Settings to get critical IU alerts by voice mail, text message, and email through IU-Notify.

Stay in the know with news from UITS: You're automatically subscribed to a UITS email newsletter when you sign up for your IU accounts. Be sure to read it regularly. You can also read news online at uits.iu.edu under "News and Events," at itnews.iu.edu, and on IU Mobile.

Follow UITS on Twitter: @InsideUITS

Become a fan of UITS: facebook.com/iu.uits

Get tech help


Bloomington: (812) 855-6789
Indianapolis: (317) 274-4357






uits.iu.edu and nu2it.iu.edu

Knowledge Base:



Bloomington: Wells Library, Information Commons
Indianapolis: Informatics & Communications Technology Complex, IT 129

UITS consists of six divisions that encompass the range of organizational IT functions and services:

  • Research Technologies focuses on leading edge research spanning numerous academic fields
  • Learning Technologies supports teaching and learning tools—from digital libraries to classroom technologies
  • Support coordinates technical support services and software distribution for students, faculty, and staff
  • Enterprise Software supports a range of software applications—including numerous open-source software solutions—across a broad spectrum of academic, research, and systems fields
  • Networks specializes in network operations, architecture, and planning, and serves high performance state, national, and international research and education networking infrastructures such as I-Light, the Internet2 Network, and TransPAC2
  • Enterprise Infrastructure manages a variety of infrastructure efforts—from university services such as campus telephone and email to centralized computer operations and informational database systems

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