My Recently Visited Services

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

Student Perceptions of Teaching (SPOT) is an assessment instrument used at CSULB to gather student feedback on faculty teaching.

Student Assistant, Service Accounts, Guest Accounts

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.

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.

FTP is a standard Internet protocol used to transfer files, programs, and other data between a client computer and a server on a computer network. A CSULB FTP / Personal Web Space provides 25mb of space on CSULB's servers.

Your ID card is your official form of identification while a member of the CSULB community.

Inquire with an instructional designer about the technologies available for instruction.

Network enabling services include DNS record changes and corrections, DHCP relay/DHCP address failures, static/fixed IP address assignment, and server IP assignment.

Enterprise-wide parking and enforcement hardware, software and systems that provide an effective parking environment for students, employees and visitors to CSULB.

a searchable electronic database that includes research experience and expertise of faculty at CSULB.

Internal Clearance and Electronic Proposal Submission

Document imaging for Financial Management, HR, ITS and CSULB Research Foundation

Mailing List (LISTSERV) is an email list service when members of the list contain non-campus email address (non, such as those from other universities or third-party consumer email systems, such as Gmail and Yahoo. This service is only available to campus employees.

Request this service to contact the Technology Help Desk.
You may also reach us by phone at (562) 985-4959, email at, 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.

Virtual server hosting services for campus customers who want to operate their equipment in a secure, centrally managed data center.

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

SCOM is a tool for infrastructure monitoring, such as for alerting administrators of disk space utilization, database crashes, and server performance.

Centrally managed onsite, network file share service, which includes a production copy of all files, an on-site backup, and an off-site backup.

Server and database hosting and department file shares are supported by full backup and recovery services