Published on March 19, 2012 8:37 am MT Updated on January 26, 2021 1:25 pm MT
CNSIT South (Hereafter CNSIT), include the following Departments: Biology, Biochemistry, and Chemistry.
University Owned Equipment is equipment that has been purchased using a CSU grant or CSU account number (not personal funds).
Personally Owned Equipment is equipment that has been purchased with personal funds (not a CSU grant or other CSU account).
CNSIT technical staff are available to provide IT support for university owned equipment. Members of departments that are served by CNSIT are not required to seek assistance with IT matters unless those IT matters are addressed within these CNSIT policies.
CNSIT staff are not required to provide any IT support for personally owned devices.
CNSIT technical staff are available to support any IT need. These IT services are limited to or subject to staff availability, in house technical expertise, and information that can be found via normal troubleshooting measures such as web queries, other CSU IT staff, etc.
In order to keep CNSIT’s networking environment as safe as possible, you are required to have the following software. You must have virus scanning software, and anti-spyware software. Please review the following regarding this subject:
There is limited space on our network for personal computers. Because of this, some student owned computers will be unable to gain access to the network at times. If you do use the wired network, please keep this in mind, and only use the wired network while you are working to allow other students access.
If you have a networked device that could benefit from a static IP Address, you may request one using a web form located at the link below.
In order to request a static IP address for a device, the device must be physically plugged in to a CNSIT network. CSU Wireless connections (SSID csu-eid, csu-guest, and chemistry) will not be allowed to request access as they are not considered to be within the physical CNSIT network.
You may request a static IP address at the following URL:
Personally owned devices on a CNSIT network must be named appropriately in order to aid in owner identification. Please use your CSU eName as part of the device name. For example “rmmadden-laptop”. Please refer to the following article for information on how to set this:
I agree to the following statements:
You are also expected to review and adhere to the published Acceptable Use Policy for Computing and Networking Resources at Colorado State University. You can find the current ACNS AUP here:
The software that is available is listed in the following Knowledge Base article: