About the IT Division
IT Councils and Committees
The following councils & committees provide input to the TTU Information Technology Division regarding policies and strategies:
- CIO Council
- Information Technology Advisory Committee
- Information Technology Security Committee
- Texas Tech University Web Advisory Committee
- Grid Users Group
- Safe Computing Practices Committee.
The Information Technology Division provides reliable, contemporary, and integrated technology to enable teaching, learning, research, and service.
Departments in the TTU IT Division:
ADS delivers high-quality solutions tailored to departmental requirements - whether your department needs to extend and enhance an existing solution or build an entirely new and innovative application.
Texas Tech University's High Performance Computing Center (HPCC) was established in 1999 to promote research and teaching on campus through integrating leading-edge high performance computing and visualization for the faculty, staff and students of Texas Tech University.
The Office of Institutional Research provides precise and timely reporting for state and federal agencies. IR also provides information, research and decision support to university leaders. Historical information regarding enrollment statistics and student demographics is available from the IR web site.
Through collaboration and professionalism, IT Help Central provides the highest possible quality technical support and assistance to the University community. IT Help Central offers a wide variety of services to the Texas Tech community, including:
- Phone and email support for most technical issues, including eRaider accounts, TechMail, Banner, and general computer maintenance;
- Walk-in support for virus/spyware removal, network troubleshooting (including wireless setup), TechMail troubleshooting/setup, and many other issues;
- On-site support for residence hall occupants;
- On-site support for departmental employees, faculty, and executives;
- Self-support instructions, purchase recommendations, and bulletins on our website
Colleges and Departments needing assistance with prospective technologies and technology resources can contact the TTU Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO). The Office of the CIO provides various Technology Assessment services to help colleges and departments make decisions regarding technology.
Technology Support provides quality user services through operation of the Advanced Technology Learning Center (ATLC) in the west basement of the Library and five remote labs across campus. Technology Support professionals provide services, such as application consulting, web template and design consulting, free technology short courses (hands-on and online), computing facilities (both PC and Mac), application development, site licensed software and media distribution, and computing reference materials to all students, faculty and staff.
The Telecommunications department provides reliable, modern, and integrated communications services to enable teaching, learning, research, and outreach.