New Student Orientation
Every new student at St. Cloud State University is issued a HuskyNet E-mail account. The HuskyNet E-mail account is the official method of communication from SCSU. Students will receive all SCSU information regarding important topics such as registration, financial aid, and campus security, as well as messages from instructors through the HuskyNet account only. *In order to activate your HuskyNet account you must first register for classes.
For more information and to activate your account, visit http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/myHuskyNet/email/default.asp
Desire2 Learn (D2L)
D2L is an online course management system that allows access to course information via the internet. You may have to use D2L to upload assignments, take quizzes, view your course schedule, or participate in online discussions.
Visit http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/instructional/d2l/default.asp for more information or to log on to your account.
File & Web Space
Students, faculty and staff receive personal File Space when they activate their HuskyNetID (username). File Space allows you to store files on SCSU’s network and use your HuskyNetID to login and access them from both on and off campus.
Visit http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/myHuskyNet/filewebspace/default.asp for more information or to log on to your account.
The Virtual Lab lets you use campus software on your own computer. If you began a project on-campus, but need to continue at home this program allows the software programs to appear to run on your desktop. All keyboard strokes, mouse clicks and screen movements are transmitted between your computer and the Virtual Lab system
For information on how to use the virtual lab, visit http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/computers/virtuallab/usingVirtualLab.asp.
To go directly to the Virtual Lab, see http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/computers/virtuallab/
HuskyNet Wireless Network
St. Cloud State University is virtually 100 percent wireless. All you need is a valid HuskyNetID and a wireless-enabled laptop or hand-held device, and you can access the Internet and SCSU’s network from almost anywhere on campus.
Visit http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/connected/wireless/ for information regarding usage requirements, configuration, and a coverage map.
The HelpDesk is the technology support center for St. Cloud State University students, faculty and staff. There you will find consultants able to assist you with your technology needs, whether you’re in a campus lab, office, or using your own computer on or off campus.
For contact information and a complete list of services, see http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/helpdesk/default.asp.
Security & Protection
SCSU provides protection against viruses and vulnerabilities through free programs and advice on keeping your computer safe. Visit http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/protectu/default.asp for downloads and advice.
General Access computer labs are open to all SCSU students. Student consultants are available to answer your questions in these computer labs. For more information, visit http://huskynet.stcloudstate.edu/computers/labsGeneral.asp.