Bellevue College Students access their Zoom Basic accounts using Single Sign-On [SSO]. This ensures that all Bellevue College Zoom users are able to hold and attend safe, secure, private meetings, and class sessions. By using SSO all Bellevue College Zoom users authenticate using their Bellevue College credentials. This means that Zoom will recognize you as a Bellevue College person.
Note: There is a good chance that you will not be allowed to join Bellevue College Zoom meetings unless you sign in using SSO.
Step 1: Go to https://bellevuecollege.zoom.us.
Step 2: Sign in using the “Sign in with SSO” option.
Step 3: When Zoom asks for your “company domain,” type in bellevuecollege
Note: You should not sign in to Zoom using “Enter your email” and “Enter your password”.
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How do I get Zoom? First, Log in at https://bellevuecollege.zoom.us, choose the “Sign in with SSO” option, enter your Bellevue College Username and Password.
How do I download Zoom?
How do I join a Zoom meeting? Click the invitation link and follow the prompts. Be sure to use SSO, your Bellevue College Username and Password.
How will Zoom recognize me as being with Bellevue College? By logging in and using my Bellevue College credentials.
Will I have to update Zoom? Yes by downloading the latest Zoom update. Zoom regularly provides new versions of the Zoom desktop client and mobile app to release new features and fix bugs. We recommend upgrading to the latest version once it is available. You can also check which version you’re currently running. Follow Zooms release notes to stay updated on the latest Zoom releases.
How can I check the status of Zoom? Check the Zoom status page for updates
How do I get Zoom desktop support?
- Getting started guide for new users
- Getting started on Windows and macOS
- Starting the Zoom desktop client
- System requirements for Windows, macOS, and Linux
- Quick start guide for the Zoom web client
How do I get Zoom mobile support?
- Getting started with Android
- Getting started with iOS
- System requirements for iOS, iPadOS, and Android
- Using Android Fingerprint Authentication
- Using Siri with Zoom
How do I get Zoom training?
- Live training webinars
- Watch Recorded Training Sessions
- Zoom video tutorials
- Meeting and Webinar Best Practices and Resources
Zoom FAQs: Top 20 Zoom resources