The Undergraduate College of Information and Technology Studies (ITS) is designed for students interested in the power of information and technology and their role in shaping the future. ITS has chosen to focus on fostering innovation by putting problem solving, critical thinking, appreciation of diversity, self-discovery, and collaboration at the center of our curriculum. Students are encouraged to examine the interconnections of technology and society and to develop a passion for iterative design, innovation, and invention.
ITS First-Year Seminars
The First-Year Seminar 101 is a 1-credit course that supports first-year students in their transition to University life - academically, personally, and socially. The course aims to foster a sense of belonging; promote curricular and co-curricular engagement; help students clarify their plan and purpose; and involve students in a dialogue on social responsibility and inclusion.View Courses
- 28Mar*PLAN* Conquer Choosing a MajorFeeling the pressure to choose a major? Stressed that the major you chose isn’t the ‘right one’? Come talk about the connection betwee...
- 29Mar*PLAN* Conquer Career Decisions Whether you’re choosing a major or deciding what career you want to pursue, this interactive workshop will provide tools and strategies to...
Each Undergraduate College is housed in a specific residential area called a quad, which includes a dedicated Center for seminars, programs, and activities. ITS is part of Mendelsohn Quad.View Quad
The ITS Center includes state-of-the-art technology, glass marker boards, and collaborative areas perfect for studying.View Center
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