Select "Only Authenticated Users Can Join Zoom Meetings"
For added security when scheduling Zoom sessions, always check "Only authenticated users can join." Authentication requires users to sign in to join Zoom sessions.
To authenticate, when prompted to Sign In, use the following options:
SSO – Enter ‘fullerton.zoom.us’ and use your campus portal username and password
Google , Facebook. You may also use your company/school zoom.us account. (Please contact your local Zoom administrator for support)
Zoom is a web & video conferencing tool that is available to all currently enrolled CSUF students, faculty, and staff. Activate your Zoom account by logging in with your CSUF username and password.
Read the 'Zoom Message to Campuses' letter from Michael Berman and Ed Hudson (4/6/2020) .
Secure your Zoom Meetings
View our quick guide on securing your meetings
Zoom for Faculty
Viewing and Changing Your Zoom Host Key
Using Zoom with Dropbox
- Zoom for Faculty/Staff
- How to Upload Zoom Recordings to Canvas
- Taking Attendance in a Zoom Meeting
- Using Dual Monitors with the Zoom Desktop Client
Setting Up Webinar Capability
Host interactive, large-scale events online for up to 3,000 attendees. To learn more about webinar setup and functionality, contact IT Help Desk at email@example.com at least three weeks prior to your planned event.
Students who are interested in creating a webinar must ask a faculty/staff sponsor to contact IT Help Desk on their behalf.
Help And Support
Faculty/Staff IT HelpDesk:
Student IT Help Desk: