Information Technologies and Resources (IT&R) provides vision and leadership for advancing UCF’s mission through developing innovative technology initiatives and enterprise IT systems, overseeing information security, providing access to information-rich resources, and allocating space to advance all modes of education and research.
The Information Technologies and Resources Business Center is a diverse group of dedicated Human Resources and Budget professionals that work together to provide efficient, reliable, quality services to units in Information Technologies and Resources.
The Information Security Office (ISO) promotes information security best practices through security awareness, online resources, targeted workshops, annual security awareness programs, and by publishing policies, standards and best practices.
The University’s Chief Information Officer, has overall responsibility for computing, networking, library, IT, and space administration.
The department of UCF IT provides a central point of support for all aspects of the university's computing, networking, and telecommunications.
University Libraries offers a variety of information resources and services. Current holdings include 1.8 million books, serials, and other materials including government documents, 3.0 million microforms and 47,000 media titles.
The Space Planning, Analysis, and Administration (SPAA) department manages the university’s space allocation process.