NUIT Organization

As Northwestern's information technology organization, Northwestern University Information Technology (NUIT) is committed to listen and lead the delivery of the technology services and information resources in the dynamic environment of Northwestern University.

NUIT seeks to continuously improve the innovative technological environment for University students, faculty, staff, and researchers through a vast array of tools and services. These include a high-speed campus infrastructure with wireless access, innovative learning and teaching spaces, advanced digital media capabilities to enable instruction and research, self-service enterprise systems to support the business and administrative needs of the University, research computing, the virtualization of applications and servers, and the ability for the University to conduct its business in a secure manner while achieving regulatory compliance and providing the controlled sharing of data.

Office of the Vice President

Manages and directs NUIT initiatives.
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Academic & Research Technologies (A&RT)

Provides services and support for instructors and researchers.
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Administration and Finance (A&F)

Supports NUIT staff and initiatives financially and administratively.
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Business Intelligence Solutions (BI)

Provides systems and support for integrated reporting and analytical solutions.
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Cyberinfrastructure (CI)

Provides and supports an infrastructure that meets the needs of the University's teaching, research, and administrative community.
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Information and Systems Security/Compliance

Enables the University to conduct its business in a secure manner while achieving regulatory compliance and providing the controlled sharing of data.
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International Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR)

Provides a focal point for leading-edge Internet research, innovation, and pre-production deployment.
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Management Systems (ITMS)

Provides support for University information systems, which assist in the performance of business-related or administrative processes.
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Technology Support Services (TSS)

Provides front-line support and customer services for the purpose of effectively using University computing and network resources.
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