The history of the Center for Information and Communication Technology (CICT) dates back as far as 1990s. It was originally established in 1992 as a general service computer centre to cater for ICT services to both administrative units and academic departments of the then Ardhi Institute. In 1995 the computer center was changed to Geo-information center (GIC) to include provision of ICT services related to geo information management. The Centre for Information and Communication Technology (CICT) was established on January 2003 after restructuring the former Geo-Information Centre (GIC) under the Institutional Transformation Programme (ITP) at the then University College of Lands and Architectural Studies (UCLAS). The restructuring of GIC aimed at enhancing efficiency and reflecting more positively on its intended role as a coordinating facility for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) management services at the University. The objective of the CICT is to provide, promote and coordinate the delivery of ICT services at the University.