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School of Information Technology and Computing

Delivering a high-quality undergraduate education in a small-school, Christian environment for students interested in graduate school and careers in technical fields.
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ACU’s faculty of Christian scholars and professionals are the foundation for student success. Each faculty member is an expert in their field, and at building supportive relationships with ACU students.






our mission

Our mission is to educate students in technology-related fields for Christian service and leadership throughout the world. We provide the highest quality education while encouraging students to live out their faith in the ever-changing, high-tech arena. 

DET Students Gain Educational Experience During COVID Research Project

Inspiring and equipping students is not a catch phrase for the School of Information Technology and Computing. It's something that associate professor Dr. Brian Burton was able to put into practice when he invited two DET majors to join him in a pandemic research...

DET Club Creating Virtual Campus in Game Engine

ACU's Digital Entertainment Technology (DET) club is working to give technology students a professional edge in the fast-changing field of digital entertainment through hands-on projects that are student-developed. One of the projects the club has been working on is...

Alumni Spotlight: Bethany Witemeyer

"Underachiever" is not a label anyone who knows Bethany Witemeyer ('20) would have given her as a student. Bethany graduated from Abilene Christian University with a double major in computer science and mathematics and a concentration in computer theory and is now...

Student Spotlight: Adam Garcia

Adam Garcia, a senior computer science major from Abilene wasn't sure what to expect when he came to ACU as a student. His father, an alumnus of ACU, had shared many stories about his time at ACU and it spurred Adam to make the decision to become a Wildcat. Since...

SITC Professors Take Part in Biblical Research Project

Dr. James Prather, associate professor of computer science, is combining his love of biblical text and computer science as he continues his work on the THEOT (Textual History of the Ethiopic Old Testament) project, exploring ancient Ethiopic biblical manuscripts and...

Partnership with USAA Sparks Professional Development for Students

USAA is making a lasting professional development impact on current SITC students through mock interviews, resume review sessions, and Zoom interest meetings as they work to help students prepare for future careers - some of whom will go on to work for their company...

Internship Spotlight: Felix Mbikogbia

Felix Mbikogbia, a senior computer science major from South Sudan recently completed a 15-week internship with ACU’s Nuclear Energy eXperimental Testing (NEXT) Lab.  Felix began working for the NEXT Lab in February of 2018 as a web manager where he is in charge of the...

DET Club Creates Immersive Virtual Reality Experience as Research Project

The Office of Undergraduate Research hosts an annual research festival where students from Abilene college campuses come together to share their scholarly presentations or creative projects. As an opportunity to experience the learning advantages of research, many...

SITC Students Receive University Scholar Award

Every year, a group of select students is recognized during graduation ceremonies for their academic excellence and good scholarship throughout their college career. The University Scholar Award is given to students who have maintained a GPA of 3.5 or higher, earned...

ACU Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction

One of the most valuable parts of a student’s academic and professional success is found outside of the classroom, especially when students become involved with student organizations. Student organizations allow members to explore their specific interests and...


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Lindsay palmer

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