My Recently Visited Services

a campus service to sanitize eligible computer media.

For campus employees to assist with learning software that is supported by the Division of IT on campus-owned computers.

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

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.

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.

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

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.

The University's telephone system can accommodate up to eight parties, four of whom can be off-campus, on one call.

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

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.

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

Under the direction of the Division of Administration and Finance, ITS assists campus departments with acquiring and coordinating campus approved, University-owned devices.

A telephone application that transfers calls to various extensions, voice mailboxes, or voice recordings without the intervention of a human operator.

a program with InCommon, LLC to enable CSU campuses to distribute security certificates within their respective domains

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.

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

Antivirus protection for employees with campus-issued computers

Telephone lines and equipment provided for the campus community.

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

A self-service tool that allows designated members of the campus to create and route electronic documents for signature and campus employees and students to apply an electronic signature to those documents.

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

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

Respondus is an application that lets instructors create and manage exams and surveys that can be printed to paper or published directly to BeachBoard.