Computer Center was founded in 1983. At first, it was part of the administration office at Srinakarintarawiroj Bang Saen Campus. Later in 1990, the Srinakarintarawiroj Bang Saen Campus was promoted and became Burapha University as we know today, with more work load and responsibilities. At that point, BUU decided they need a new department which its sole responsibility will be computer services. This department will provide assistance to the university, covering areas such as teaching and research, educational services and administrative work. Also to help reduce redundant problem in both personnel and equipment dealing with computer related issues within the university. To conform with the university’s policy of providing efficient computer services, upgrading “The establishment of Computer Center Project” to a faculty status was included in the development plan phase 7.
On September, 14th 1992, it was officially announced that “The establishment of Computer Center Project” is now “Computer Center” with the same status as a faculty.
2008
May, 1st
BUU announcement concerning divisions set up and their mission.
August, 1st
BUU’s second announcement, “Divisions set up and their mission” which specified Computer Center’s mission as follow.
  1. Serve as coordination center, establishing strategic plans for activities involving university’s information technology and communication.
  2. Analyze and develop the information system for the university’s administrative and management purposes.
  3. Provide services for computer, network and communication system, supporting teaching, learning and research activities.
  4. Provide information in all aspect concerning IT and communication to all students and university’s personnel.
  5. Provide educational information to the community
August, 16th
BUU announced a new regulation concerning dividing division within department.
December, 1st
BUU announced a new regulation concerning dividing division within department for Computer Center to have three divisions as follow
  1. Office of Secretary
  2. Office of Operation
  3. Office of Research and Development
2012
April, 1st
BUU announced a new regulation concerning dividing division within department2012: stated that Computer Center will have three divisions as follow
  1. Director Office
  2. Office of Operation
  3. Office of Research and Development
2013
June, 1st
BUU announced a new regulation on Sectional Division within Department (3rd Issue), stating that Computer Center will have five divisions (as oppose to three divisions prior) to enable the department in better handling of the vast changing and growing number of activities and users. This will also help in applying the policy of the university in improving the standard of services in ICT for students, personnel and administrator of the university. Along with enhancing the efficiency of internal department’s organization management, the new divisions will provide platform for career advancement to the staff.
The new five divisions are
  1. Director Office
  2. System Infrastructure Office
  3. System Development Office
  4. Learning and teaching Innovation Office
  5. Academic Service