MyCSUMB is your office, online.
By using the tools available in MyCSUMB, the campus community now has a single place to conduct its business online -- whether that business is a student registering for classes, a professor ordering textbooks, or a staff member updating her A-Z directory information.
- Single point of entry for internal business processes.
- Single sign on to major enterprise systems, including email & calendar (Google Apps), learning management (iLearn), and student information (CMS Student).
- Group functionality for official, club or special interests (replacing FirstClass conferences)
- Notification system for system and campus messages (replacing The Source in FirstClass)
- Campus blogs
Although it has elements of social networking included, MyCSUMB is not a replacement for third-party sites such as Facebook or Google+. MyCSUMB is a business tool first, and if there are some aspects of social networking that further a specific business needs, you'll see that feature available.
The university moved to a campus-wide portal in February 2009 with the arrival of MyMessaging (powered by Google Apps for Education).