University of Exeter
Falmouth University College

Working from home

On occasions you may be required to work from home and access your files, applications and programs. There are various ways you can access your files from home.

VPN

The Virtual Private Network (VPN) service provides staff and students with the opportunity to access the University network from home. You can download the guide on connecting to the Falmouth VPN service below.

Email

You can access your email from home by visiting webmail. You will be required to log in using your campus username and password (Please ensure you use the staff\ prefix before your username when logging into email).

SharePoint

Falmouth University staff

SharePoint Online: You can access SharePoint Online directly from home, any network or device using an internet browser and the address https://intranet.falmouth.ac.uk.  Log in using your university email address and password, e.g. joe.bloggs@falmouth.ac.uk.  

This will give you access to the intranet, departmental team sites, committees and project sites.

One Drive for Business

Access your OneDrive for Business directly from home, any network or device using an internet browser and the address https://intranet.falmouth.ac.uk.  Log in using your university email address and password, e.g. joe.bloggs@falmouth.ac.uk.  The help site has lots of support materials for SharePoint Online and the OneDrive for Business.

IOS and android apps are available for SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business. In all cases please read the Information security off campus policy and guidelines.

iTrent

You can log into Trent self service directly from home by following the Trent self service web link. You will need to log in using your usual username and password.

University of Exeter

If you are an Exeter staff member, you can check how to access your files from home by viewing the information pages on the University of Exeter website.

03 December 2019

 

Hundreds of trees have been planted at Penryn Campus as part of the Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fightback.