Students can join Zoom meetings directly from your browser after signing into your CU Zoom account at https://columbiauniversity.zoom.us.
To get started teaching online, please watch the Zoom and Courseworks TA Training Session video below produced by the GSAPP AV and Events team and download the GSAPP Zoom Training PDF Guide.
**(NOTE: All remote/Zoom classes will be disabled after 02/01, and we will be returning to 100% on campus classes after 02/01) **
Please direct Zoom / AV-related requests to askGSAPPIT@columbia.edu.
Multi Factor Authentication is also known as MFA, two-factor authentication, TFA, Duo, and two-step verification. Two factor sign-in authentication is required before installing your VPN. Reference this documentation by CUIT.
Multifactor authentication (MFA) uses multiple proofs of identity to ensure you are authorized to access the service or resource that you are requesting. These proofs include more than one of:
Click the button below to read more or download the PDF guide.
CUIT uses Duo as the MFA service to verify your identity for Columbia’s centralized applications. With Duo, you can use a mobile app, a text message or a phone call to authenticate. Duo can be combined with other authentication factors like username and password authentication to create multi factor authentication. Most people use Duo via the mobile app, Duo Mobile, which runs on a variety of smartphones and tablets.
Duo MFA Installation and Training Videos
Watch these how-to videos to learn how to install and use Duo on your mobile device (iPhone and Android).
Access Columbia Systems Remotely
In order to use a VPN you must first configure DUO/MFA.
GSAPP Faculty and Students can use studio applications on the Columbia Network remotely using a VPN.
What is a VPN?
Virtual Private Network is a software that enables you to connect to the Columbia network remotely. It is the preferred and recommended software.
When do I use a VPN for GSAPP?
If you are remote and not connected to Columbia’s secure wired or secure wireless network and need to access applications with licensing bound to the campus network
For more detailed instructions and FAQs please visit CUIT’s Remote Access Services Page.
Software Configurations/Troubleshooting for Autodesk Applications
Open the “Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client” application.
Connect to the Columbia network via VPN.
Once you are connected, open AutoCAD.
A window titled “FlexNet License Finder” will appear and say it was not able to obtain a license. Select the option for “Specify the License Server System” and click “Next.”
Input: “licenseprdapp02.cuit.columbia.edu” and select “Next” (Do not include the quotation marks). It should accept it and allow you to exit by selecting “Finish.”
This will apply itself automatically to all of the other Autodesk applications.
|3DsMax||Download link||No Mac Version||Creation of an account with Autodesk necessary to verify student status before download.|
|Adobe Creative Cloud Suite||Download link||Download link||Click on “Sign In” on upper right-hand corner||Download the GSAPP Adobe Creative Cloud Access Welcome Guide|
|ArcGIS||Download link||Download link||Request must come from your GIS professor|
|Autocad||Download link||Download link||Creation of an account with Autodesk necessary to verify student status before download.||Select AutoCAD 2020|
|Climate Studio for Rhino||Download link||No Mac Version||This is a 15-day Trial, if further access is needed, please visit this link and locate Columbia University Faculty Ambassador.|
|Enscape||Requires Windows 7 64 Bit or higher||Requires Windows installed via Bootcamp||Free educational license available. Submit an online form to receive license information and a download link following approval. License must be renewed every 6 months.||This add-on software is compatible with Autodesk Revit, SketchUp and Rhino.|
|Inventor||Download link||No Mac Version||Creation of an account with Autodesk necessary to verify student status before download.|
|Maya||Download link||Select “Mac OS X” under Operating System||Creation of an account with Autodesk necessary to verify student status before download.||Select Maya 2019 Mac OS X|
|MS Office Suite Pro Plus (2019, PC)||Download link||Scroll down to the Microsoft section and follow the directions on the left-hand side for “Personal Desktop/Laptop Downloads”|
|MS Office Suite Home & Business (2019, Mac)||Download link||Scroll down to the Microsoft section and follow the directions on the left-hand side for “Personal Desktop/Laptop Downloads”|
|Qgis||Download link||Download link||Scroll down for Mac OS|
|Revit||Download link||No Mac Version||Creation of an account with Autodesk necessary to verify student status before download.|
|Revu||Download link||No Mac Version||You can request a free educational license here||Email Revu|
|Rhino||Download link||Download link||90 Day free trail|
|SketchUp||Download link||Download link||30 Day free trail. Create an account with SketchUp for a 30 Day Trial.|
|V-Ray Collection||Download link||N/A||30 day free trial|
|Windows 10 Educational License||Download link||If you have Mac Computer (Intel only) you can install Windows Operating System via a built-in feature in MacOS called “BootCamp.” Instructions here.||Sign in with student UNI account and creation of a Microsoft account required after downloading software from OntheHub. This a free download of Window OS Product key (included) for students only|