Information Technology Coordinating Council

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The ϡȱ (ϡȱ) Information Technology Coordinating Council shall coordinate information technology activities of the ϡȱ that transcend an individual campus. It is a forum for collaboration, communication, and joint action on information technology issues within the ϡȱ.


  • To seek opportunities for information technology collaboration among ϡȱ institutions that benefit the participating institutions
  • To identify and develop solutions for common information technology needs within the ϡȱ that are beyond the scope of any individual campus
  • To seek opportunities where the size and diversity of the ϡȱ can be used to common advantage
  • To find leveraged solutions for information technology problems faced by ϡȱ institutions in common
  • To develop information technology strategies that make the ϡȱ more coherent to external stakeholders such as off -campus students and prospective students, prospective employees, suppliers of goods and services, State government, and the citizens of ϡȱ
  • To identify and develop plans for activities that are more efficiently and/or effectively done by multiple campuses or System-wide
  • To monitor emerging technologies in higher education and promote the application of these technologies at peer institutions in the ϡȱ
  • To seek opportunities for common information architectures concerning standards, platforms, networks, applications, and data where such an approach will benefit the participating institutions and the ϡȱ
  • To identify and track best practices for aligning information technology with missions at peer institutions, including the use of information technology metrics
  • To develop sustainable funding models for information technology that may be broadly adopted