Accounts

Texas State NetID/Email

Every Texas State student will have an account in the university Active Directory for login, email, and file storage. Visit the NetID help page for help on your account.
Eligibility: All Texas State University students, faculty, and staff.


Linux and Web Server

This account is valid on the Linux machines in the computer science labs and for remote login into CS development servers through SSH. This account is also an account on the department's web server which can be accessed using http://cs.txstate.edu/~username/. Details for Linux accounts can be found at the Linux Accounts page.
Eligibility: Students enrolled in CS courses with the exception of CS 1308 and CS  1319.


GitHub Enterprise

GitHub is a web-based hosting service for software development projects that use the Git revision control system. The university has an instance of GitHub available here. Use your NetID and password at login.
Eligibility: All Texas State University students.


PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle Database

The CS department provides PostgreSQL, MySQL , and Oracle database accounts to students enrolled in specific classes. Accounts for certain courses are automatically generated. Students may request an account as long as they are enrolled in a CS course.
Eligibility: As requested by the course faculty member or student.


Microsoft Imagine Premium (MSDNAA)

The CS department is a member of MSDN Academic Alliance. To read more about this, visit the MSDNAA Site.  The accounts are activated after the twelfth class day of each semester.  Your Imagine Premium userID will be <netid>@txstate.edu.  To login, visit the Imagine Premium website. New users will need to first register with the site.

Eligibility: Students enrolled in CS courses with the exception of CS 1308 and CS 1319.