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Alternative Testing Accommodations for Final Exams

Don't Be Left Out! Follow Us @CSUNHELPCENTER!

April 8, 2024

Follow us @csunhelpcenter.

We're here to provide technical support to CSUN students, faculty, staff and guests. Contact us for help with campus technology but be sure to follow us on Twitter to find what software is available to you! Read more about the IT Help Center on Twitter!

The Device Loaner Program for Students

November 3, 2023

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The Device Loaner Program is available for currently enrolled CSUN students. The program provides technology to students who are without a device such as a computer or webcam so that they may continue their education uninterrupted. Read more about the device loaner program.

New Student Technology Resource Module

August 21, 2023

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Did you know that many CSUN students are not aware that they have access to free Microsoft Word? Or that 50% are not aware of myCSUNbox cloud storage? The 2022 IT Student Survey found that students are not aware of the many technology resources available to them, many of which are available at little to no cost. Faculty are a key component in sharing information with students and building awareness. But where do faculty go to find the information needed?  Read more about the new student technology resource module

New 2023 DEIG Grant Awarded to AT

February 23, 2023

Diversity & Equity Innovation Grant

Academic Technology, in partnership with the Office of Student Success, is thrilled to announce that they have been awarded another Diversity, Equity and Innovation Grant for the project "Disseminating the keys to Digital Equity 2.0: Peer-to-Peer Technology Training for Early Start Students."  

This initiative will fund training for student employees to develop computer and digital literacy skills and then present them to Early Start students in the summer.The project specifically targets "non-tech" students as trainers, so that they can benefit from the training in technology. 

Read More About New 2023 DEIG Grant Awarded to AT