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UC San Diego Zoom - Video and Web Conferencing

Learn about Zoom, UC San Diego's web-based teleconference and video conference solution.

Important Notice: May 30 update

As of May 30, client-based Zoom applications must be updated to version 5.0 or higher. Learn more.

If you received the following error message while your Zoom App was trying to update to version 5.0:

"Auto Update Disabled - Automatic Updates are disabled for Zoom. Ask your IT Administrator for help."

Uninstall Zoom and then re-install it. (See our installation page for more detailed installation instructions.)
If you do not have admin rights/permissions on your machine, contact your local IT team.

Note: If you have issues with the computer update, you can still log in to a meeting via the Zoom online version while seeking assistance.


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UC San Diego Zoom Web/Video Conferencing

To support the transition toward online instruction and increased telecommuting in response to Covid-19 (coronavirus) planning, we have provisioned all campus faculty, staff, teaching assistants and enrolled students with Zoom Pro Meeting accounts.

Zoom allows for video, audio, and screen sharing between participants. It can be used from any computer, laptop, tablet, or phone, and it works on PC, Mac, Android and iOS devices.

Anyone in the world can join a Zoom meeting, but only a host can start/schedule meetings.

Getting Started

1. Download Zoom for your computer or mobile device.

2. Click Sign In to claim your UC San Diego Zoom Pro account using Single Sign-On (SSO)

3. If you need to host webinars of any size, or to hold large meetings with more than 300 attendees, please submit a request for Zoom Large Meeting or Zoom Webinar  ADD-ON License. These licenses should be configured well in advance to avoid  issues.

4. Use the app or webpage to start, join, or schedule meetings.

Questions? 

Note:

UC San Diego Health has a separate instance of Zoom for Health Sciences.
UC San Diego Health faculty and staff can create Zoom accounts at http://zoom.uchealth.edu/

Zoom Pro Meeting account - no limit meetings

Key Features

  • Host group meetings
    • Up to 300 people
    • Unlimited time
  • One-to-one video calls are unlimited
  • Customize your Personal Meeting ID
  • Can be expanded with add-ons licenses
  • Available for All UC San Diego faculty, staff, and students with an @ucsd.edu email address

Additional Licensing for Zoom  Large Meetings or Zoom Webinars

If you need capacity greater than 300 attendees, Zoom Large Meeting and Zoom Webinar licenses are available.  

Note: This page has a friendly link that's easy to remember: http://blink.ucsd.edu/go/zoom