Anyone taking any course within the College of Engineering may have a COE computing account. This account will provide access to both the Linux and Windows networks within the college.
Account activation is automatic! Go to https://teach.engr.oregonstate.edu from any computer. You will need to have cookies enabled. You will need your ONID username and password. Your account will be created in a matter of minutes.
Topics such as SSH (secure shell), Windows drive mappings, and SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) are a few of the subjects that can be found here.
COE support will delete accounts 1 year post graduation, or once they are no longer employed, or in a faculty approved affiliation with the College.
Accounts may also be terminated if COE support determines they are being abused by the user.
COE does not provide lifetime email accounts or aliases.
For more information about your account when leaving OSU visit: Before leaving OSU
If an Undergrad does not register for a class in ENGR, or is not listed as a COE major in BANNER, the existing account is slated for removal. An email warning will be sent midway through the unregistered term. When the student does not register a second term, the account is removed after the registration window is over. So there is a one term "grace period." If there are special circumstances, it is up to faculty to bring this to our attention. If the students does not heed the email warnings, they lose their account. "Deleted account files are available for a short time after accounts are deleted. We do archive our accounts, but long term storage is not guaranteed."
As with undergraduates, the engineering account will be removed when the ONID account is removed, 1 year post graduation. It is up to the graduate student to bring deletion notices to the attention of their major professor if they wish their account to be spared. We will, at the request of the major professor, allow a three-term grace period for grads, with the account removal process occurring the fourth term if they don't register. But they cannot "not register" for four terms in a row (summer inclusive) without losing their account.