About CSIS

About CSIS Department

The Centre for Systems and Information Services (CSIS), is the University’s IT (Information Technology) Service Unit established with roles to proactively support the teaching, learning, research and all other related (both current and future) activities of the University through the coordinated, efficient and effective use of information and communication technology services available for students, staffs and visitors in Landmark University.

CSIS manages the University’s IT infrastructure and offers a range of facilities and services to assist members of staff and students with their IT-related needs.

The University’s intranet provides access to the internet and other online resources including Library e-resources/e-journals and Student Information Management System.

Detailed information and access to these and other IT services is provided through this website. If you need additional information or require IT support, do contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

The University has Wi-Fi in most public areas and Network jacks are provided in offices and labs as part of our building infrastructures.

Our support staff are very knowledgeable and experienced. They are available to help at the support centre and computer lab for needs such as enrolment, course registration, and a number of other things.

CSIS is an integral part of Landmark University. We identify the role ICT is playing in enhancing administration. The rapid infusion and diffusion of Information and Communication Technology into Nigerian universities, raises important questions for management and the technical staff, but also presents an opportunity for improved governance and robustness in our university systems. 

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) is widely deployed in Landmark University, mainly for the purpose of provision and accessing information and automation of administrative processes. We also explore ICT trends, which are having (or likely to have) impact on University business processes including teaching, research, community engagement and administration.