Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) provides access to a wide variety of software without ever having to set foot on campus. Think of it as remote controlling a loaner computer here on campus, only from anywhere in the world and from any device. We've prepared some instructions and a video explaining how students can use VDI:
The SBCC Information Technology department has compiled a document that provides some steps you can take to create a more cyber secure home:
Students may request to check out a hotspot for improved Internet connection by emailing email@example.com
If you would like the opportunity to bring a mobile or laptop device to access campus wifi, we are making that option available. Those wishing to do so may park in West Campus Parking LOT 4-D, East Campus Parking LOT 1-A, East Campus Parking LOT 1-B (see map showing the wifi strength in purple and orange). In order to participate, you must remain in your personal vehicle to observe social distancing.
Campus Security will be monitoring the campus and will be asking students to stay in their vehicles and not sit on campus property (refrain from using picnic tables, seating areas or grouping). Please understand this is to comply with social distancing orders from Public Health officials.
Academic Technology Support hosts the individual virtual computer labs for the Business Division, Digital Arts Center, and Language Labs within its Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), and offers assistance using Zoom to connect with online classes.
The link to join the virtual computer lab through Zoom is:
Additional student support information can be found at the following links:
Please CLICK HERE for instructions on how to get started with Zoom
Please CLICK HERE for instructions on how to get started our Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI): vmview.sbcc.edu
For more information on technical support available for students, please CLICK HERE to access our IT Support website
Student Health and Wellness Services is closed for in-person counseling and medical appointments due to the elevated threat of COVID-19 in the Santa Barbara area.
In order to meet the needs of our students during this difficult time, we will be offering telehealth support to students. If you are having an emergency, please dial 911.
Mental Health Support
Contact Lacey Peters at firstname.lastname@example.org or Alyson Bostwick at email@example.com and a Personal Counselor will reach out to you via email or by phone regarding mental health support, resources, and referrals. (Please include your K number and phone number in the body of the email).
Contact Laura Fariss at firstname.lastname@example.org and an RN will reach out to you via email or by phone regarding medical support, resources and referrals. (Please include your K number and phone number in the body of the email).