Information Technology Services (ITS) enables the IT resources used by LSU students, staff, and faculty. ITS divisions include:
- Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO)
- Data Architecture (DA)
- Information Security (ITSecurity)
- Research & Educational Technology Services (RETS)
- Service and Operations (SO)
- University Networking and Infrastructure (UNI)
ITS staff members create and maintain vital university systems like course registration and grades; provide network, wireless and telephone connectivity campus-wide; house the computational resources used by many LSU researchers; staff and maintain student computing labs; and provide direct support to the thousands of computer users at LSU.
Through engagement with the LSU community and its new IT Governance model, LSU ITS is actively engaging with the LSU community and managing the evolving technical needs and challenges at LSU.
ITS Annual FY23 Strategic Plan
Information Technology Services is in the Fred C. Frey Computing Services Center. It is on the corner of South Stadium Road and Tower Drive. The Computing Services Center won the Rose Award for architectural design excellence after construction was completed.
The building is named in memory of Major Fred C. Frey (1891-1980), "Mr. LSU", student, athlete, teacher, counselor, friend "who loved and served LSU so well for such a long time."
ITS may be reached at 225-578-3375, by email at email@example.com, or in person at the Frey Computing Services building.