Technical Support Services

The CNSM Tech Team supports faculty and staff in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics with technical support.

How to Get Help

Request Service from the CNSM Tech Team
The link above will open a ticket directly with the CNSM Tech Team.

Drop-ins welcome Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm at HSCI-162 (G2 Computer Lab).

About Us

CNSM Technical Support Services (CNSM-Tech) is here to support information technology in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

To this end, we support the faculty, staff, and students with a variety of technologies.

Additional we are the campus-designated "Technical Coordinators" for CNSM and act as liaisons between our college and the greater campus technical community, namely the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) and Academic Technology Services (ATS).

Some of the services and support we offer include:

  • Desktop support
  • Computer setup, maintenance, and disposal
  • Peripheral setup, maintenance, and disposal
  • Consultation and trainings
  • Assistance with Purchasing Compliance Reviews (PCRs)
  • Software installation and troubleshooting
  • Web site development
  • Networking support (wired and wireless)
  • Email, listservs, distribution groups, and shared mailboxes
  • Microsoft Office 365, including common office apps, SharePoint, and Teams
  • Server administration and support
  • Network shares and cloud storage
  • Digital safety, asset management, and compliance
  • Guidance on data security and FERPA compliance

The CNSM Tech team are the designated local administrators of all campus-owned systems housed in CNSM and are responsible for ensuring compliance with university policies, CSU policies, and applicable state and federal laws.

Our Team

General email address: CNSM-Tech@csulb.edu - this will email all members of the team directly.


Helpful Links

  • Knowledge Base - this campus website contains answers to frequently asked questions, how-to guides, troubleshooting instructions, and campus guidelines regarding technology.
  • Outages/Degradations - this page contains a list of known system issues affecting the campus.

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