HuskyNet File & Web Space
HuskyNet Web Space
St. Cloud State University provides each student, student organization, faculty
and staff member the ability to publish a personal Web site on St. Cloud State’s
network and to store Web files.
Your Web Space is located in a folder in your File
Space called "WebSpace".
Your personal Web site address
The public address (the address
you would give to friends, family and others) depends on your status. Replace "email" with the first part of your email address (minus the @stcloudstate.edu).
- Student Web pages: http://studentweb.stcloudstate.edu/email
- Student organizations: http://studentorg.stcloudstate.edu/email
- Faculty and staff: http://web.stcloudstate.edu/email
Directory of SCSU Personal Web Pages
Building Your Site
You can access your Web Space a number of ways depending on your operating
system. Web Space access is similar to HuskyNet File Space access. Once you
have saved a document in your Web Space folder, that document is now viewable
at your personal Web site.
On-Campus (Windows) access
- Faculty and staff desktop access: Drive "X" is
mapped to File Space, so it should automatically appear on the desktop and
is accessible when you login on your office computer.
- Student desktop access: Drive "X" is mapped
to File Space. When you logon to a campus computer, you will see an icon
that says “Access HuskyNet Services.” When you open that icon,
your File Space and Web Space will appear.
On-Campus (Macintosh) access
- Faculty, staff and student access: The File Space
icon is placed right on the your desktop, like your hard drive. (This
is also called a “Mounted Volume”)
Off-Campus/ResNet access (Windows & Macintosh)
- File/Web Space: Through one Web-based login, students,
faculty and staff can access personal File Space, Web Space and Course Files.
Go to the HuskyNet home page and click on the File/Web Space button. Faculty
and staff are also able to access department files through this method. This
is the preferred method of connecting off campus and in residence halls.
- SFTP: Student, faculty, and staff encrypted access through
use of Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) requiring use of third-party
- Web Folder: Student, faculty and staff access through
use of Macintosh OS 10.1.2 or higher or Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher.
St. Cloud State University recognizes the value and potential of personal
publishing on the Internet, and also allows and encourages students, staff
and faculty to experiment with producing personal Web sites. However, St.
Cloud State University accepts no responsibility for the content of those
sites. The views and opinions expressed on personal Web sites are strictly
those of the site authors, and comments on the contents should be directed
to the site authors. University personnel do not edit or pre-approve personal