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

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.

Campus-issued student email account, also known as BeachMail.

The MyCSULB Student Center provides a "home base" for accessing your student information such as your class schedule, outstanding balance, and contact information.

The beachnet-guest-access network is for University guests that require temporary WiFi access.

eduroam is a global wireless roaming service, which provides secure network access for users in higher education and research institutions.

beachnet+ is the primary, secure wireless connection for students, faculty and staff while on campus.

Each authorized CSULB student and employee has a CSULB computing account, which consists of your email address and your password.  Access to specific campus systems is based on your role within the University.  Campus accounts are generated automatically when new affiliations are created, such as when students are first matriculated and when employees are hired.

Turnitin is a plagiarism prevention service available in BeachBoard.

Using your campus email address and password, Single Sign-On is a service which allows a single location for accessing multiple campus applications and services upon successfully logging in at http://sso.csulb.edu. Access to applications and services will vary depending on your campus role, such as if you're a student, faculty member, or staff member with specific job-related roles.

Division of Information Technology (DoIT) offers a Central High Performance Computing (HPC) environment for Faculty computing in their pursuit of teaching and learning. This service includes shared cycles on several high performance clusters equipped with a variety of research software packages.

Computer labs available by specific colleges, programs, or majors.

Support for printers or scanners used by employees.

Scantron is a popular test taking tool for answer delivery and grading.

Faculty Center allows you to view your teaching schedule information, view your class rosters, and submit grades for your classes. Instructors may also have access to student information through Advisement and course information through Class Search.

Employee business email services, which include personal and resource calendaring, contacts, tasks, and notes.

Two open access computer labs are available for current CSULB students, faculty, and staff: the Spidell Technology Center, located in the Library on the 1st Floor and the Horn Center, located on lower campus at the Steve and Nini Horn Center. Limited guest access to computers is available in the Library Spidell technology Center only.

encryption services for campus-owned/issued laptops

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

Support for faculty in the use of the technologies equipped within University Classroom Pool (UCP), support staff in the use of audio/visual presentation technologies throughout various campus venues.

a web-based collaboration and document management platform for employees and campus departments

Available within Single Sign-On (SSO), Employee Center (formerly MyCSULB) is the central location for employees to access their personal information.

BeachBoard is the campus Learning Management System.

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.

Antivirus protection for employees with campus-issued computers