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COVID-19 UPDATE: NU is open. Faculty/staff are working in-person and campuses are open for in-person learning this fall.


COVID-19 UPDATE: NU is open. Faculty/staff are working in-person and campuses are open for in-person learning this fall.


Get to Know ITS

NU Information Technology Services

Four of the five centralized Information Technology Services groups-UNK, UNL and UNO, plus the NU ITS Enterprise Systems team-were asked to align to the strategic needs of the University of Nebraska and each campus. This unified team also has worked closely with UNMC on procurement and standardized technologies.

A new leadership structure that balances campus needs and leverages scale through a shared services model was also created to oversee and help guide the new NU ITS team. This structure includes a unified budget and common services to support the University of Nebraska.


The University of Nebraska is one university comprised of four campuses: The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), the University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK), and the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). Each campus has a unique role and mission which should be recognized, enhanced, and developed.

Where appropriate, the resources of the four campuses should be linked in cooperative efforts. To maximize the benefit of resources available to the institution, the University system should realize economies that may accrue from scale of operations whenever possible.


We Deliver

Innovative, Trustworthy, Solutions

United and Optimized.

ITS Core Values (BE THE FIVE)

In collaboration with our academic communities, we will:


Be excellent by exceeding expectations


Be champions for our people and our partners

Great Listeners

Be great listeners who empower stakeholder needs


Be forward-thinking through innovation to create solutions


Be trustworthy through integrity, transparency, and communication

OneIT Initiative

three women talking during a collaboration meeting

Through collaboration with our partners across the University of Nebraska System, we have transformed ITS into a more efficient, cost-effective department. We've enhanced our ability to share information across the system to assist faculty, staff, and students in a more robust and timely manner.


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