Supporting the Mission of the University

The Division of IT delivers focused and innovative services to support the university’s mission of providing the highest quality programs and first-class research.

Innovation & Discovery

Finding innovative ways to tackle new problems. Every day is a chance to discover the possibilities technology can hold.

Transformational Learning

Bringing technology to the campus community that creates pathways to an enriched learning experience.

Impact on the State, Nation & World

In a highly connected, global society, the Division of IT provides the tools the campus community needs to stay competitive.

Our Mission in Action

Review reports and publications that highlight our innovations, accomplishments and shared experiences with the campus community.


Excellence Starts with Our Employees

Our Staff Spotlight highlights our employees’ achievements, appointments and service to information technology in higher-education.

Overview of the Division of IT organization structure.

Leadership Structure

The Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer leads a talented team directed to cultivate innovation and make Texas A&M a premier technology institution.


Division of Information Technology departments are affiliated with a number of campus, state and national initiatives providing expertise, leadership, support and resources.


Members of the Division of IT play an active role in the development of the Lonestar Education and Research Network (LEARN). LEARN is a cooperative effort of higher education institutions and organizations in Texas working to provide high-speed, fiber-optic connectivity among their institutions, as well as to research networks around the world.


Members of the Division of IT are part of Texas A&M’s contingent promoting Internet2. Internet2 is a consortium of universities, including Texas A&M, working in partnership with industry and government to develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies. Texas A&M and Internet2 signed an agreement to create the first Internet2 Technology Evaluation Center (ITEC) focused on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). The Division of IT is providing support for this project.


The Division of IT West Campus Data Center was designed to meet the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for silver certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The data center was also constructed to remain adherent to all standards since LEED certification must be maintained over time. The standards can be found at