Skip Navigation
Main Content
Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association

UCISA represents the whole of higher education, and increasingly further education, in the provision and development of academic, management and administrative information systems, providing a network of contacts and a powerful lobbying voice.
Find out more about UCISA

RSS FeedNews

DSDG-USG to launch 2014 Survey of Digital capabilities: embedding and support
23 July 2014


Webinar - Free and flexible corporate information management, the impossible dream?
21 July 2014


Open consultation launched on new subject coding scheme
16 July 2014


UCISA bursary award winners to attend EDUCAUSE 2014
15 July 2014


Winners announced – 21st anniversary bursary scheme for UCISA Groups
14 July 2014

RSS FeedEvents

Webinar - Free and flexible corporate information management, the impossible dream?
3 September 2014, Online, 1030 - 1200


Selling IT to universities (12)
25 September 2014, The Oxford Belfry


Converged network and telephony services (2)
29 October 2014, Austin Court, Birmingham


Memorable metrics
30 October 2014, The British Library, London


12 November 2014  -  14 November 2014, The Midland, Manchester


UCISA has produced a number of resources to assist with the implementation of ITIL in the Higher and Further Education Communities.

More ITIL Details
Strategic challenges

Strategic challenges for IT Services is the successor to UCISA’s biannual Top Concerns Survey, and is the output of a facilitated workshop attended by senior IT staff from across the UCISA membership. The workshop participants identified nine strategic challenges facing IT services. UCISA members are encouraged to consider the nine challenges against their departmental and institutional strategic plans.

More Strategic challenges Details
Focus On
Corporate Member : SEAtS Software

SEAtS empowers universities and colleges to monitor student engagement and attendance, ensure regulatory and funding compliance, achieve better academic performance and retention, and reduce attrition rates. Easy to install and use, SEAtS eliminates major revenue risks and reduces the administrative overhead of recording, monitoring and following up on student attendance

Blank Image