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IT Fall 2020

information on virtual instruction

The Division of Information Technology provides you with the tools you need to teach and learn remotely. Here are some IT resources to help you during the virtual instruction period. 

Visit the CSUF Coronavirus website for more information on the campus' re-entry plan.

Device Requests

Students, faculty and staff can request the following devices: PC laptops, mi-fi’s, webcams, headsets, mobile flip phones

Students can submit a Device Request Form

Faculty must ask  their  Department Chair to  submit requests to with justification.

Sponsor your students who require devices for their classes. Send a request on their behalf to

Staff must ask their Chief of Operations or the Dean (or delegate) to submit requests to with justification.

it tools for virtual instruction

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Tech Tool Training

quick links to teach & learn during virtual instruction


Please Note: Parking Permits are required to park on campus.  Click here to purchase a parking permit

Campus Wi-Fi
Wi-fi is available to students in several outdoor areas on campus, including Eastside Parking Structure and State College Parking Structure view the campus wi-fi map to see all access point locations. 

Eduroam Anywhere Wi-Fi
All CSUF Students, faculty and staff have wi-fi access through eduroam. Connect to eduroam using your CSUF email address and Portal password. Eduroam is available at many university campuses near you. Institutions that are closed should still have outdoor wi-fi available. Check the eduroam locator for a complete list.

Laptops and Mi-Fi’s (Remote Mi-Fi)
Our inventory is limited. However, Students can request laptops and mi-fi’s (remote wi-fi) to borrow for the rest of the semester by submitting a   Device Request formOpens in new window .  The Division of Student Affairs will review requests.

stay secure

The Information Security office works around the clock to protect campus data. For more information:

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Security Best Practices

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