KU Information Technology is dedicated to the conservation of natural resources to promote an environmentally and fiscally responsible KU. We offer solutions, resources and services for individuals, units and organizations. We encourage you to browse our website to find green services like KU's eWaste program, read instructional articles like computer power management and view the outcomes of successful projects, such as paper savings from the Changing for Excellence Initiative, Increase MFD Usage.

For even more information and resources about sustainability at KU, please visit the KU Center for Sustainability website.

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