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Student FTP using Windows


If you are off campus (did not log into your computer using your NTNET account), then you need to VPN into the Tarleton system to proceed with the following instructions. You will log into with your NTNET account and download the client. Once the client tells you that you are connected to Tarleton, continue with the instructions below.

If you logged into a computer using your NTNET account, proceed to the instructions below.


Go to the Finder (Look for the Finder icon icon on the bottom left of the screen)


Click on Go, and then click on Connect to Server...

Go Window


In the Server Address bar, type the following:

The username is your old st_ if you created your FTP account before spring 2014. If you created your FTP account during or after spring 2014, then your username is your 9-digit UID.

Server Address


A box will pop-up requesting your web account Name and Password. Make sure Registered User is selected before clicking Connect.

Your Password is what you requested when you created a web account with the Web Account Creator Application or if you submitted the Help Desk Ticket for an Individual Account (before June 2012). Should you forget your password, you can find a hint on Web Account Creator Application if you created your account here, or look it up inside the Help Desk Ticket System (before June 2012).

Log on box


The window should now show your files in your account.

If this is the first time you've logged in, the window will be empty.

FTP folder


Copy and paste or drag-and-drop your files into the FTP folder.

Drag and drop files

If you are unable to drag-and-drop your files into the FTP folder, make sure you are (a) logged into VPN at and (b) download the Cyberduck FTP client. Use these instructions on how to log into your FTP site.

Once you have successfully published your files, your student web address will be:

If you did not publish an "index.htm" or "index.html" page, then you will need to type the entire file name out  (i.e.