Effective Saturday, March 14, OSU will move to a higher level of response that continues the essential operations of the university, but seeks to reduce the frequency of interactions among students, faculty, staff and visitors throughout all university campuses, centers, facilities and operations. Our focus is on continued university operations and social distancing.
Anyone taking any course within the College of Engineering may have COE engineering resources enabled on their ONID account. These resources will provide access to both the Linux and Windows workstations in the college computer labs, access to additional disk space, including research disk space provided by your major professor, free printing up to a certain up to a certain number of pages, and specific software applications provided only in the College of Engineering.
Go to http://teach.engr.oregonstate.edu from any web browser on any computer or mobile device. Below the log in prompt is a link to enable your engineering resources and you will be required to log in using your ONID username and password. Your resources will be activated in a matter of minutes.
If you're on campus and need help setting up your engineering resources, visit the helpdesk in Dearborn 120A.
To change your password for logging into services provided by your engineering resources visit http://onid.oregonstate.edu/ and log in with your ONID username and password.
COE support will terminate resources of all users once they are no longer employed, enrolled, or in a faculty approved affiliation with the College. Engineering resources are available for one term after graduation or leaving. This includes access to CoE computer labs, desktops, Linux hosts, and storage on depot, stak, or attic.
Resources may also be terminated if COE support determines they are being abused by the user.
COE does not provide lifetime email resources or aliases.
The Oregon State University, however, does provide lifetime email forwarding for all graduates of Oregon State University, including both undergraduate and graduate degrees. It allows alums to stay in touch even if they move or change their Internet Service Provider. Instructions and help for setting up lifetime emailing for all graduates, including those since and before 1992, is available here.
For more help on what to do after leaving OSU visit: http://it.engineering.oregonstate.edu/leaving-osu