Network InfoSpecific information about proper use of the Engineering network can be found in the Engineering Policies and Procedures Manual.

The College of Engineering supports 100+ Linux and Windows servers using standards-based Internet protocols. It also supports 2,500+ fully integrated PCs running native CIFS networking protocols supported by Samba and Active Directory. Twenty Five+ college and departmental computing labs house 350 PCs running Windows or Linux available 24x7x365. SGCOE maintains 200 terabytes of on-line disk storage for applications and 12,000 home directories.

Servers and laboratories are managed by a team of IT professionals comprising the College's Computing and Network Services. The College runs integrated NIS, SMB and AD domains providing students, faculty and staff access to all networks and computing resources within the College with a single user-id/password.

Usernames and passwords are synchronized with AU's central computing and network resources. The College maintains a wide array of compilers, engineering programming libraries and major engineering applications that can be accessed from most nodes on the network.