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An assortment of other Microsoft Office 365 applications available for your personal, academic, and work needs.


Support team for the following areas: Athletics, Division of Admin and Finance (DAF), Division of Information Technology (DoIT), Division of Student Affairs (DSA), Equity and Diversity, President's Office, Staff HR, University Ombuds, University Relations and Development (URD).



Microsoft Office 365 web applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneDrive. Also available for download on personal computers.



iClickers or Student Response System (SRS) is a classroom technology that provides professors with instant feedback on student responses to in-class polling questions and quizzes.

Each authorized CSULB employee and student has a BeachID Account. A BeachID Account consists of a nine-digit "username" (typically, your Campus ID) and your password, which prove you're affiliated with the University and enable you to use CSULB computing services. Access to specific campus systems is based on your role within the University.



This form is for incoming College of Liberal Arts students attending SOAR only. Please use this form if you have questions or need help with your Fall 2020 class schedule.



Request this service to contact the Technology Help Desk.
You may also reach us by phone at (562) 985-4959, email at helpdesk@csulb.edu, or in person at the Horn Center lobby and 5th floor of the Campus Library.
Hours during the fall and spring semesters are Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM and Friday 8:00AM - 5:00 PM.
Basic support and escalation in case of emergencies is available outside these hours by email and phone.

Allows you to put digital content onto any display, while managing the content from an account dashboard where any changes you make are instantly updated on your display.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is an additional step in the log in process that verifies your identity when you log into Microsoft services.

A range of database hosting options for campus applications, which offer high availability, a secure environment, and data recovery options.

Remote networking services, Virtual Private Network (VPN), is a campus system allowing individuals to securely access internal networks and computers over the Internet, using encrypted tunnels to ensure that data cannot be accessed without authorization.

Available on campus-issued desk telephones with a variety of standard features.

For campus employees to assist with learning software that is supported by the Division of IT on campus-owned computers. Provides a link to view the current Training Calendar.

Telephone lines and equipment provided for the campus community.