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IT Resources for Faculty, Staff, and Students

Blackboard

Blackboard is SDSU's official learning management system. Faculty can post course content, recorded lectures, YouTube videos, discussions, grades, tests and more.

Campus Maps

The SDSU Campus Map lets you search buildings, campus services, parking, and more.

SDSU Card

The mission of the SDSUcard Office is to provide San Diego State University students, faculty and staff with a secure photo identification card that protects the privacy of the user while offering an array of convenient services and features.

SDSUid

SDSUid is your single account to securely access new campus IT services and will eventually become your single identifier to access all IT services, workstations/devices, and labs at SDSU.

Computer Support

Find contact information for the IT support resource in your college or department. 

Email

Formerly known as Google Apps, the G Suite is an integrated communication and collaboration solution offered by Google, which includes Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and more. G Suite is available to all SDSU faculty.

Faculty Advancement

Located within the Division of Academic Affairs, Faculty Advancement is responsible for professional, personnel, and labor relation services for faculty, librarians, and counselors.

Faculty Senate

The Senate considers policies with respect to the general welfare of the university. It reviews established policies, considers new policies, and studies matters of concern to students or faculty members.

Software Licensing

Enterprise Technology Client Services (ETCS), manages and distributes several site licensed software suites to the campus community, such as Adobe, SAS, SPSS, McAfee and TechSmith.

Google Drive (SharePoint)

Formerly known as Google Apps, the G Suite is an integrated communication and collaboration solution offered by Google, which includes Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and more.

Skillport Training (SharePoint)

The Skillport online learning system provides access to webinars as well as web-based courses, books, and other online learning assets designed to enhance professional development.

Microsoft Office

SDSU maintains a volume licensing agreement with Microsoft to provide the desktop and web versions of Office to faculty, staff, and students.

New Faculty Orientation

Each August, Faculty Advancement hosts a multi-day orientation for new faculty, which includes presentations by the Center for Teaching and Learning and other campus offices.

Parking Portal

You can purchase permits, pay citations, appeal citations and manage your parking account in the Aztec Parking Portal. 

SDSU Intranet

The SDSU Intranet is an on-line environment which can be used to create websites for campus internal use. It is a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device.

WebPortal

The SDSU WebPortal serves admission, enrollment, and registration needs across campus. Faculty can check grade submission, class rosters, add/drop management, and course evaluation results in WebPortal.

Wireless Networks

Telecommunications and Network Services (TNS) provides the SDSU community with a centrally-managed wireless network. There is no charge to connect to the campus wireless network at this time. 

Blackboard

Blackboard is SDSU's official learning management system. Faculty can post course content, recorded lectures, YouTube videos, discussions, grades, tests and more.

Campus Maps

The SDSU Campus Map lets you search buildings, campus services, parking, and more.

SDSU Card

The mission of the SDSUcard Office is to provide San Diego State University students, faculty and staff with a secure photo identification card that protects the privacy of the user while offering an array of convenient services and features.

SDSUid

SDSUid is your single account to securely access new campus IT services and will eventually become your single identifier to access all IT services, workstations/devices, and labs at SDSU.

Computer Support

Find contact information for the IT support resource in your college or department. 

Email

Formerly known as Google Apps, the G Suite is an integrated communication and collaboration solution offered by Google, which includes Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and more. G Suite is available to all SDSU staff and volunteers.

Software Licensing

Enterprise Technology Client Services (ETCS), manages and distributes several site licensed software suites to the campus community, such as Adobe, SAS, SPSS, McAfee and TechSmith.

Google Drive (SharePoint)

Formerly known as Google Apps, the G Suite is an integrated communication and collaboration solution offered by Google, which includes Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and more.

Skillport Training (SharePoint)

The Skillport online learning system provides access to webinars as well as web-based courses, books, and other online learning assets designed to enhance professional development.

Microsoft Office

SDSU maintains a volume licensing agreement with Microsoft to provide the desktop and web versions of Office to faculty, staff, and students.

Parking Portal

You can purchase permits, pay citations, appeal citations and manage your parking account in the Aztec Parking Portal. 

SDSU Intranet

The SDSU Intranet is an on-line environment which can be used to create websites for campus internal use. It is a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device.

WebPortal

The SDSU WebPortal serves admission, enrollment, and registration needs across campus. Staff can view admissions reports, course demand, WebGrades and WebRosters, enrollment reports, and student registration in WebPortal.

Wireless Networks

Telecommunications and Network Services (TNS) provides the SDSU community with a centrally-managed wireless network. There is no charge to connect to the campus wireless network at this time. 

Blackboard

Blackboard is SDSU's official learning management system. Faculty can post course content, recorded lectures, YouTube videos, discussions, grades, tests and more.

Buy a Computer

Aztecnology at the SDSU Bookstore carries top brands in computers, tablets, software, electronics, accessories and more. Aztecnology staff can assist customers with troubleshooting, diagnostics, data transfers, virus removal, software installation and/or removal, upgrades, data recovery and hardware repair.

Campus Maps

The SDSU Campus Map lets you search buildings, campus services, parking, and more.

SDSU Card

The mission of the SDSUcard Office is to provide San Diego State University students, faculty and staff with a secure photo identification card that protects the privacy of the user while offering an array of convenient services and features.

SDSUid

SDSUid is your single account to securely access new campus IT services and will eventually become your single identifier to access all IT services, workstations/devices, and labs at SDSU.

Email

SDSU has chosen Microsoft’s Office 365 to provide email accounts to students. 

Software

Students can download campus licensed software from the Library's Computing Hub. EndNote, Matlab, McAfee, MiniTab and X-Win32, are available with a valid SDSU ID.

One Drive

Get to your files from anywhere, on any device, with Microsoft OneDrive. OneDrive is pre-installed on Windows 10, and it works on all your devices. Access and share files and photos on PC, Mac, Android, and iOS.

Housing & Residential Life

The RezCon group provides dedicated computer support for the student residence halls. RezCon services include troubleshooting Internet connections, software installation, virus removal and more. SDSU residence halls are wireless: SDSU_Wireless is an open network and Eduroam is a closed network.

Microsoft Office

SDSU maintains a volume licensing agreement with Microsoft to provide the desktop and web versions of Office to faculty, staff, and students.

Need Computer Help?

The Library Computing Hub Help Desk helps students with computer related problems. The Library provides over 400 workstations for student use throughout the building.

Orientation

Learn more about new student orientation for first-time freshmen and transfer students. Orientation programs include the New Student and Family Convocation and Welcome Week.

Parking Permit

You can purchase permits, pay citations, appeal citations and manage your parking account in the Aztec Parking Portal. 

WebPortal

The SDSU WebPortal serves admission, enrollment, and registration needs across campus. Students can view their admission status check, class schedule and registration, transcripts, and official contact information in WebPortal.

Wireless Networks

Telecommunications and Network Services (TNS) provides the SDSU community with a centrally-managed wireless network. There is no charge to connect to the campus wireless network at this time.