CSUF Dropbox for Business
Dropbox is a file hosting service that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software. Drop any file into a designated folder where it is automatically uploaded to Dropbox's cloud-based service and shared with other Dropbox clients.
Unlimited storage for faculty/staff, Campus account logins, and convenient access via Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and mobile using any web browser.
Dropbox for Virtual Teaching
- Create class folders to share materials for each lesson
- Request students submit their assignments via file requests
- Use Dropbox Paper to share syllabi and organize coursework
Linking Dropbox & Office 365
Learn how to link your Office 365 documents to Dropbox.
Watch Connecting Dropbox to Office Apps on Apple Devices Tutorial
- All links and permissions from the personal account will remain as they were set up.
- Dropbox is also available for your iOS, Windows, and Android devices. The sign in and connect process for these devices is similar to the web version, and the file and folder views will also be the same.
- If your personal account already uses your @fullerton.edu address, you will have the option of migrating these files to a new personal account using a different email address (@gmail.com, for example), or migrating these files to your CSUF Dropbox account.
- If you were using your CSU Fullerton email as your personal account, you should inform non-work collaborators of your new address, as anything shared in the future with your CSU Fullerton email will end up in your CSUF Dropbox.