Web Services

Secure FTP Access for Faculty Websites

The following information is meant only for faculty who are not using Google Sites for their faculty Web pages.

If you already have a TMCC faculty website hosting account set up, please read the following information on how to access your account using secure FTP (sFTP). If you don't have a hosting account yet, please first read the TMCC website publishing procedures.

Web Client Access

Once a hosting account has been created, you can access your website files via a secure FTP thin client at

Your login credentials to access your site via sFTP are as follows:

Username: Your existing network username AND append @faculty to it
Password: Your existing network password

Once logged on to the sFTP thin client, you can upload and download files easily using a simple Web interface.

Secure FTP Software

You can also access your faculty website using other methods, such as secure FTP client/software like as Dreamweaver, FireFTP or Filezilla. This is not a complete list, just be sure your client/software supports secure FTP.

If you do decide to go this route, the sFTP host/path/address needed for your login credentials is:

FTP Host/Path/Address:

Note: Your username and password credentials are the same as previously mentioned. Depending on what sFTP client/software you use, other settings may be required to determine the secure connection.

Once connected, you will have full sFTP access to your faculty website to upload/download files.

Your TMCC website address, or URL, that you will want to promote is

If you have any questions or require additional assistance, please contact Web Services. Once your website is up and running and you want students to see it, be sure to let us know and we'll add your site the faculty website directory which is linked from the TMCC homepage.

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