Welcome to CSUB

You have a made a great decision to become a part of an exciting and dynamic university environment. At CSUB, we utilize numerous technologies in assisting the university's mission and objectives.  As a new student or employee of our university, you may have questions regarding these types of technologies.  On this page, you will find information about the technologies new students and employees inquire about most often.



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NetIDs and Passwords

HR will enter your information into the HR system, once your new hire paperwork is completed.  This action triggers an automated process that will generate your CSUB ID (Employee ID), Net ID and your default password. Your default password is your birth year followed by the last 4 digits of your SSN.

For Example:
Birth Year: 1980
SSN: 123-456-7890
Password is: 19807890

The following links will assist you with your NetID and Password.


USEFUL LINKS

Lookup your NetID using your CSUB ID

Change your Password

Reset your Password

Log into myCSUB


Email and Calendaring

At CSUB, we use Office 365 for email and calendaring.  For more information on the benefits of Office 365 for faculty and staff, please visit the Office 365 Information page.


To find out more, go to: Microsoft Office 365

Mobile Devices

ITS aims to provide mobile computing for all appropriate technologies.  For details on if a specific service can be utilized on a mobile device, please contact the Help Desk at (661) 654-2307.


To find out more, go to: Mobile Devices

Phones

Your phone is connected to our campus telephone network.  This network is owned, operated, and maintained by our campus.  Depending on your phone setup, you can place local, long-distance, and international phone calls.  To place calls from the campus network, just dial the last four digits of the desired person’s phone number.  To place call off campus, you must dial a 9 first. For more information, see the Frequently Asked Questions below.


Useful Links

Campus Directory
Phone Guide
Hearing Impaired Access
Voicemail


To find out more, go to: Phones

Voicemail

Your voicemail allows people to leave you messages, when you are on your phone or away from your desk.  Most phones have an associated voicemail box.  For more information about the voicemail system, see the Useful Links or the Frequently Asked Questions.


USEFUL LINKS

Voicemail Guide


To find out more, go to: Voicemail

Desktop Applications

Desktop applications refer to the software or computer programs that run on the computer at your desk or on your laptop.  Common desktop applications include Microsoft Office, Adobe products, etc.


To find out more, go to: Desktop Applications

Enterprise Applications

Enterprise applications refer to software or computer programs that are shared campus wide.  These applications include, BlackBoard, PeopleSoft, myCSUB, CFS Data Warehouse, 25Live, and many others.


USEFUL LINKS


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Phone: 661-654-2307
Email: Helpdesk@csub.edu
Web: Request Help
Location: Walter Stiern Library, Room 15