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.
As an engineering student, you are given space on the engineering servers to store homework or other important files. Files stored on the engineering servers are backed up nightly, so we encourage keeping work on the servers to prevent data loss. When in a campus computer lab, your storage space can be accessed as the "Z: drive" but how can this storage space be accessed from computers outside of the lab?
Graduate students and those conducting research may have other file servers to access. If you know the path to the directory, these directions can be used to access these files and directories as well. Common server names are stak, farm, depot, attic or mohr. All have a domain name of .engr.oregonstate.edu.
There are multiple ways to access files stored on engineering storage space:
If you have any questions about accessing your engineering file space, please email support.