About UIS

University Information Services (UIS) provides technology tools and services in support of teaching, learning, and research at Georgetown University. We help connect you to, and engage with, each other and the world.

Our overarching purpose is to serve the academic enterprise and turn to our people to enhance the academic work on campus with our faculty, staff, and alumni.

Judd R. Nicholson

Who We Are

University Information Services (UIS) is the central information technology department at Georgetown. UIS is committed to supporting Georgetown’s academic and research mission. We believe in using technology to enhance and embolden education and learning at Georgetown—to help unlock and unleash the creativity of our students and faculty members.

UIS is made up of a large group of diverse, talented, and highly committed individuals dedicated to serving Georgetown. We live by the Jesuit values of service to others, collaboration, and . We strive to build relationships with students, faculty, staff, alumni, as well as develop technology partnerships with our constituents and third-party technology providers.

UIS is led by Judd Nicholson, Vice President for Information Services and Chief Information Officer.

What We Do

UIS provides technology support for many services such as Georgetown Google Apps, which includes Gmail, Calendar, and Google Docs. UIS also manages the Georgetown wireless network, and is currently in a multi-year partnership with Verizon to dramatically improve wireless broadband connectivity on campus. We provide support for the academic enterprise by providing academic technology tools and services in support of teaching and learning. 

These are just a few of the many technology services we provide to the campus community.

Click here to learn about some of our current initiatives.