ArcGIS LogoThis suite of software applications allow for the collection and management of data, creation of professional maps, performance of traditional and advanced spatial analysis, and solution of real problems. This can range from the creation of simple web maps to complex analytical models.

This software is available to all faculty, staff, and students. Students receive access through course enrollment.


The 2018 SJSU GIS Day will get held on November 14, 2018.  We will review available resources and discuss new features, showcase faculty and student research projects that use GIS applications, and make connections to build our GIS Community. Please reserve your spot by registering. Visit our SJSU GIS Day webpage for more information.  

ESRI Story Map Competition

Let us know your SJSU map based story by entering the SJSU GIS Day Story Map Competition. ESRI Story Maps allow for the combination of maps with text, images, and multimedia. Beginning now until November 11, create your SJSU Story Map. You can include images, videos, and text to guide the viewer through SJSU locations. You will need to include at least five locations/map points with supplementary content (e.g., descriptive text and media). You can work alone or in a pair. The top three Story Maps will get shared at the SJSU GIS Day on November 14. Submit your ESRI Story Map today! 


SJSU GIS Day information

ArcGIS WebSite

ArcGIS System Requirements

Instructor/Staff ArcGIS for Desktop Request Form

Request Form - eLearning Website

Virtual Campus Training Courses

Self-Paced eLearning

The California State University GIS Specialty Center

The CSU Geospatial Review

ESRI User Conference: Call for Papers

Instructor-led courses are available for faculty and staff. If interested, please contact eCampus with the specific course information.

The ERDAS Imagine software suite is available for faculty, staff, and students. If interested, please contact eCampus.

For lab/classroom machines, please contact Susan Huang for server information.