NC State’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides campus-wide computing, information and communication technology services in support of the university’s academic and administrative goals.

Mission

To provide nimble, effective, efficient, and collaborative IT services, solutions and strategies in a timely and helpful manner that assist the university, state and nation in achieving their strategic goals.

Vision

Be the IT organization that people seek out as a partner for providing visionary strategies, creative solutions, objective information, and effective and efficient services in order to help them achieve their mission and goals.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is committed to creating and fostering an inclusive, equitable and welcoming environment built on a foundation of mutual respect where all are treated fairly and with dignity. Our diversity enhances OIT’s collective ability to serve our university and community, making us greater than the sum of our parts. With this understanding, we strive to continually identify and eliminate barriers that prevent the full participation of some groups or individuals while broadening our knowledge and appreciation of the differences and similarities that make each member of the OIT team valuable.

Units

Under the leadership of the Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, OIT has seven units:

Formation of OIT

The Office of Information Technology (OIT), created Nov. 1, 2007, brought together the staff, operations and responsibilities of NC State’s two central IT organizations — Resource Management and Information Systems (RMIS) and the Information Technology Division (ITD).

While much has changed as a result of this consolidation, OIT staff remain committed to providing the best possible IT systems and services for the students, faculty and staff of NC State.

The formation of the OIT was a major step in NC State’s initiative to reorganize the university’s IT operations under the leadership of a chief information officer. The Chancellor created a new position as part of this initiative, and after a national search, Dr. Marc I. Hoit was named Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer on Sept. 1, 2008. For more details, see: