Campus Rollout Equipment

Rollout equipment is state-funded computer equipment designated for specific employees by their employment contract with CSUF. It includes mobile devices such as campus-issued laptops and iPads.

Rollout laptops are refreshed periodically. A client with qualifying equipment will be notified via email once they are eligible for an upgrade. 

Laptop and Computing Strategy Webpage

Note: All IT rollout devices (make & model) are subject to change, based on availability.  Each qualified employee, depending on their role, is issued only one rollout device, per item type (monitor, laptop, iPad. etc.).  If an additional device is needed, then the department will need to purchase that item.


Call: (657)278-7777

Email: helpdesk@fullerton.eduOpens in new window

Qualifying for Equipment

  • Full-time Faculty are qualified for a Laptop and an iPad (Wi-Fi only)
  • Part-time Faculty can request loaner laptops
  • MPPs are qualified for a Laptop and an iPad (Wi-Fi only)
  • Full-time and Part-time Staff are qualified for a Laptop only
  • Temporary hires, consultants, and retired annuitants only qualify under special circumstances

Reporting Lost/Stolen/Broken Equipment

What should I do?

Contact the IT Helpdesk immediately by calling (657) 278-7777. 

Additionally, if your device is lost or stolen we ask that you fill out the lost/stolen form on the IT Asset ManagementOpens in new window page and file a police report in the event of a theft.


Who pays for the loss?

As indicated in Section I of the the end user protocol form that is signed by all users issued an IT device:

“It is the faculty/staff member’s responsibility to take appropriate precautions to prevent damage to or loss/theft of his or her iPad/laptop. CSUF/IT will not repair or replace this iPad/laptop unless the cost of repair/replacement is paid by either the Department or the individual user.”

Standard Campus Rollout Equipment

Docking Station

Belkin USB-C Dual Docking Station

Nine port Belkin USB-C

The USB-C Dual Display Docking Station allows one to connect two HD monitors to your Windows, Mac, or Chrome laptop with up to 85W of passthrough power to charge your device at the same time.This universal dock offers the ability to connect and work up to 5 Gbps transfer rates while charging a laptop through a single cable.

Dell Thunderbolt Dock-WD19TBS

Nine port Docking Station

Dell Thunderbolt Dock – WD19TBS offers the greatest compatibility across Dell Commercial laptops. The WD19TBS dock is also compatible with notebooks from other manufacturers such as HP and Lenovo which support industry standards for Thunderbolt docking.This dock allows one to work without disruptions utilizing a single firmware.




  MacBook Pro M1MacBook Pro 13”

  • Apple M1 chip
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB SSD
  • 13" screen


  Dell Latitude 7420 Dell Latitude 7420 14”

  • Intel i5-1135G7 @ 2.4GHz
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB SSD
  • 14" screen 





iPad Air Gen.7 iPad Gen 7 (10.2")