Getting started with Zoom

Zoom is a video and web conferencing service available to students, faculty, adjuncts and staff. It may be used to enhance instruction, host online meetings, and fulfill a variety of other uses.

Zoom Changes!

Important Notice:

The privacy and security of our community is our top priority.  To prevent malicious people from "spamming" meetings and classes:

  • Participants will be placed on hold until the Instructor or "Host" enters the room.

  • Students, faculty, and staff signed into the Zoom application outlined in the article "Signing into Zoom with PCCC Credentials" will be admitted to the class or meeting when the instructor or "Host" arrives. Students, faculty and Staff joining a Zoom Meeting from a zoom account not using the sign in method for PCCC will be considered “guests” and must be admitted by the Host into the meeting. Guests are always sent to a waiting room until admitted by the "host".


Installing Zoom & Signing In with PCCC Credentials

  1. Windows

  2. MacOS

  3. Linux

  4. ChromeOS

  5. Android

  6. iOS

Security and Safety tips

It is important that we all work together to ensure Zoom meeting spaces are secure and safe. Please read the PCCC Zoom Meeting Security & Safety Tips article before joining or hosting at meeting as a PCCC user.

Check to make sure your Signed in before joining or hosting a meeting:

Joining a Meeting as a participant

Scheduling a Zoom Class Meeting in Blackboard

Zoom host Resources

PCCC Technology Support