As a research center at the University of Kansas, ITTC does not offer classes; accept or enroll students; or help students find financial aid or jobs. If you're a prospective student or someone already enrolled at KU, please use this Web page to link to the many Web sites with information about KU, the School of Engineering, the College of Arts and Sciences, and on-campus jobs.


For general information about KU, including links to admissions, schools and departments, enrollment procedures and information for international students, click on KU's main page at

School of Engineering

Engineering Dept logo The majority of the students interested in information technologies are enrolled in the School of Engineering, and most of them are studying in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. For general information about the School of Engineering and its undergraduate and graduate studies, clink on the school's main page at If you want specific information about the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, you can go directly to that department when you click on

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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A few of our faculty and students are with KU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. They combine their interests in such disciplines as math, chemistry or psychology with information technologies. For more information about the College and links to its departments, click on


You can find out about available jobs in general by clicking on If you want a graduate assistantship, contact your department or the faculty person whose research interests match your own.

For graduate teaching assistantships (GTAs), visit your department's home page. Each department gives information on its GTA positions.

For graduate research assistantships (GRAs), contact the faculty person directly, for each researcher hires his or her own GRAs. You will find faculty contact information on their department's Web site.

Remember, ITTC does not hire students directly or match them up with faculty. But we invite you to use our faculty pages to learn more about our researchers and how to contact them.