Please visit the University 49er Shops Bookstore to get the Microsoft Campus Agreement software. Software media purchased at the bookstore is for home use and requires the user to register their copy with Microsoft. This prevents multiple installations.
For campus use for Microsoft agreement software, please contact your college or department technician.
University 49er Shops Bookstore provides several software products to the CSULB faculty and staff. Distribution of these products is dependent upon the individual licensing agreements. The time frame and eligibility requirements also vary.
California State University, Long Beach provides Symantec Anti-Virus software for installation on university-owned computers only. The software may not be installed on personally-owned computers and is available only to the campus technologists. CSULB's Symantec Antivirus license requires division, department or college technologists to install antivirus products on university-owned workstations. Please review CSULB's Symantec License details for more information.
CSULB Software Depot is the place faculty, staff, and students can download software licensed for use on personally owned computers. Please see the Software Depot Site for more information about software download and installation regulations and restrictions.
Graduate and Teaching Assistants are not eligible for software distribution under the licensing agreements. If a faculty member would like a GA/TA to pick up or request software for them, please be sure to send a signed letter stating the faculty member's name, department, the requested software and that permission is granted for the GA/TA to pick it up. It is also necessary for the GA/TA to bring the faculty member's CSULB ID card.
Please visit the University 49er Shops Bookstore to get the Microsoft Campus Agreement software. Software media and licenses purchased at the bookstore is for home use and requires the student to register the copy with Microsoft. This prevents multiple installations.
Through agreements with a variety of major software venders, CSULB and Academic Computing Services makes software available to all eligible faculty, staff and students.
Two open access computer labs are available for current CSULB students, faculty, and staff: the Spidell Technology Center, located in the Library on the 1st Floor and the Horn Center, located on lower campus at the Steve and Nini Horn Center. The software configuration of these computers includes Adobe Acrobat Pro, Adobe DreamWeaver and Photoshop CS3, and JAWS 8 screen reader. Please see full configuration specifications for more details.