The people who provide IT services at UW‑Madison are working every hour of every day to help support the Wisconsin Idea so that the university can help improve people’s lives beyond the classroom.
Who does IT@UW–Madison?
Division of Information Technology
DoIT is a center of campus IT operations, providing IT services & support to faculty, staff and students as well as their schools, divisions, departments and units.
More campus IT providers
A variety of other IT providers are distributed across campus, performing IT functions and providing IT services for schools, divisions, departments and units.
Example of ongoing work
From large scale projects to everyday learning opportunities, UW–Madison IT professionals support the mission of teaching, research and service with innovative and creative solutions.
Interested in working at UW–Madison?
IT and CIO news
Deadline for UW brand font transition approaching
Reminder: If your website or web application still uses the Verlag or Vitesse web fonts, you or your web developer will need to replace them with Red Hat Display and Red Hat Text by Jun 30.
No ‘CommunITea’ or Virtual Office Hours Jun 1 & 2
To allow folks to participate in the IT Professionals Conference, there will be no Jun 1 CommunITea or Jun 2 Virtual Office Hours.
Digital Accessibility Policy, Implementation Plan Roadmap
UW–Madison approved the new Digital Accessibility Policyto replace the existing Web Accessibility Policy that was established in 2001. The new policy goes into effect on July 1, 2023. This roadmap tracks the implementation of the new policy over the life of the project.
Register for the 2023 IT Professionals Conference
This year’s keynote speaker is Courtney Terry, assistant director of information technology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.
Seeking volunteers for the IT Professionals Conference
Volunteers can choose to moderate sessions, help with technology, monitor the Zoom lobby chat and more. Conference dates: Jun 1 and 2.