Price Computing Center

Two IT staff members in a data center hallway

This concrete building, designed by Hollis & Miller of Overland Park and dedicated Oct. 14, 1978, cost $4 million.

It consolidated academic and data-management computer services from other buildings, notably Summerfield Hall. It houses Information Technology staff and services including enterprise applications, KU data center infrastructure, and IT security.

It was named in honor of G. Baley Price in May 2014. Price, KU distinguished professor of mathematics and longtime chair of the department, was a pioneer in computing and computer development who brought the first computer to KU in 1957.

Price Computing Center

1001 Sunnyside Ave.
Lawrence, KS 66045