The computer centre was established in 1975 as a service unit within the University of Cape Coast. The centre is situated at the ground floor of the faculty of science. In 1998, the centre became Semi-Academic in status to emphasize the role of computer technology in the university as a whole and the place of computer science or computing in the curriculum at all levels.
From 2000-2002, the three Senior Members of the Centre-Mr Daniel Obuobi[Coordinator], Mr John K.E. Edumadze [System Analyst], and Mr Eric Agyei Bekoe helped in the establishment of the Department of Computer Science & Information Technology by designing its curriculum.
In August 2003, these three Senior Members were transferred to form the pionner Academic staff of the Department of Computer Science & Information Technology. Hence in August 2003, the Computer Centre ceased to be Semi-Academic and continued her original mandate of give ICT direction to the university.
Currently, the Computer Centre is a dependable lighthouse of appropriate computer technology services, computer information and computer management skills to the university and its surrounding communities. The Computer Centre serves the university community in a variety of ways including:
The Computer Centre is divided into the following teams: