About University Information Systems (UIS)
The mission of University Information Systems (UIS) is to develop, enhance, maintain, and protect the academic, research, and administrative information resources of the University. UIS provides mission-critical applications and tools that support effective and efficient institutional processes and provide for academic analytics.
Administrative applications are currently maintained in the following areas: Computing Services, Facilities Management, General Administrative Support, Information Resource Management Services, Institutional Planning, Instructional Support, Research Support, Student Enrollment Management, Student Finance, Student Life, and Student Services. LSU UIS utilizes Workday for the institution’s Finance, Payroll, and Human Capital Management systems.
UIS performs its mission in close collaboration with its campus partners.
One of the primary responsibilities of both UIS and its campus partners with regard
to the information resources of the University is to protect and ensure the confidentiality
of the information stored in the University’s databases.
For information on gaining access to the systems we maintain, please refer to the University's data management policies as overseen by the University’s Chief IT Security & Policy Officer.
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