The University offers ample software resources to computing students.
- Microsoft Teams is available to all students as part of the Microsoft Office software package. Teams can be accessed immediately via the Office Portal or by downloading the software to your computer (see Microsoft Office below).
- Zoom is available to all CCU students. If you have a non-CCU Zoom account or have attended a Zoom meeting, you must first sign out of the non-CCU Zoom account at https://zoom.us and from the Zoom app if it has been installed on your computer. To access your CCU Zoom account visit https://ccuchants.zoom.us/ and sign in using your CCU credentials. Please note that students can record Zoom meetings locally to a computer, if necessary. If you already have a personal Zoom account associated with your CCU email address, you will be prompted to switch to your CCU Zoom account. Please visit https://www.coastal.edu/its/zoom/ for more information and training resources on using Zoom, including best practices and security settings.
Student Computing Services (SCS) provides all CCU students with free Microsoft Office software. Visit SCS Software for download links.
Student Computing Services (SCS) provides all CCU students free antivirus software. Visit SCS Security Awareness for download links.
VMware Academic Program (VMAP)
The VMware Academic Program (VMAP) is a collection of products and services designed specifically for the academic community. The Department of Computing Sciences holds an annual subscription that enables academic users to gain easy access to cutting-edge virtualization technologies and resources. Visit the VMAP Webstore for more information.
Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching
Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching portal provides computing students with Microsoft development tools, operating systems, project planning software, analytical tools, server software and more. Visit the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching portal for access.