How Can We Help?
We’re just an email, a phone call, or a short walk away.
We know you’re busy. We know the last thing you need to worry about is a damaged laptop, a lost password, or trouble using an important University website or application. IT Services has friendly, knowledgeable staff ready to answer questions, help identify services and solutions, or troubleshoot issues with your technology so you can focus on more important things. Visit us online, in person, or over the phone and let us know how we can help.
Who We Are
We are a team of highly creative and engaging technology experts
IT Services is UChicago’s central provider for IT infrastructure, technology, and related service and support. We have an energetic staff of more than 250 professionals committed to supporting and advancing the mission of the University by delivering world class technology solutions.
As an organization, ITS believes in the power of creative thought and the need to constantly innovate; we are committed to meaningful, honest, and rigorous communication with our partners and our peers; we believe teamwork is the cornerstone of any successful endeavor; and we strive to bring value to both our organization and the greater University community by empowering our partners and our peers.
What We Do
Technology is our business. Supporting the University is our mission.
IT Services isn’t just another commodity service provider. At our core, we deliver tools and services that are integral to the mission of the University of Chicago. From data center and research network infrastructure, to cloud-based software solutions, to high-level consultation on the use of innovative technologies, we work directly with partners across the institution to understand the needs of our community and deliver real, meaningful value.
Users Enrolled in Two-Factor Authentication
Course Sites in Canvas
UChicago Box Accounts
Petabytes of Data Moved (January 2018)
Visit the Office of the CIO Executive Dashboard for additional key metrics from ITS’ portfolio, including for such areas as IT Rationalization; security; infrastructure, networking, and communications; research; teaching and learning; and customer service and support.