hawkweb (3)Student Network Storage






Login to HawkWeb


HawkWeb Login (On Campus) – Students Instructions


HawkWeb Login (off campus) – Students Instructions


HawkWeb Login (off campus) – Students

HawkWeb is a new Web based interface that allows you to access your network storage from any computer with an internet connection.  You also have access to the S: Drive - Student Files Folder.


To access and login to HawkWeb, please follow the instructions below:

Open Internet Explorer and type:  https://hawkweb.scciowa.edu  

(in the address line)

1.      Type in your SCC email username:  username@scciowa.edu  

2.      Type in your password:  last 6 digits of your ss#

3.      Click OK







Instructions for uploading and downloading files are below:

You will see - StudentFiles folder & your network storage folder name, which you can click on the + to expand or – to collapse other folders within this folder.

To upload documents to your network storage, click the browse icon and select the file you want to upload.  Then click the upload file to load the file on your network folder.


To download files, click on the file and then open the file on the computer you are working on.  Please remember to save and upload the file if you want to access it a later time from another computer.

When done make sure to Sign Off by clicking the “Welcome Username” arrow at right and select Sign Out










HawkWeb Login (On Campus) – Students


Instructions for accessing your network storage drive

Login to SCC computer using your email address and password.

Instructions for accessing your (H:) network storage drive

  1. Double-click “Computer” on the desktop.  


  1. Once this opens, double click the (H:) drive under the “Network Drives” section.  It will have “your login name on apollo\students$” (H:)   (example in blue highlight below)

Network Storage Information


Southeastern Community College students now have access to network based storage to save work such as documents, images, and other types of files.


What is network based storage?

Network storage allows you to save your files on a server from any SCC computer.  Each student is given an (H) drive on this server to save files.  It is as easy to save to your (H) drive on the network server as it is to a (A) Floppy Disk Drive or (C) Local Hard Drive.  Instructions and illustrations are provided at the bottom of this page.


Can I really save my work from any SCC computer?

You can move from computer to computer on the SCC campus and access your existing files or save new ones on the network server.  This network server does not care what computer you are using as long as you have logged on with your email address and password. 


How do I save my files to this (H:) network drive?

When you are ready to save a file you will go to the top of the screen and complete the following steps:

-          click “file” and  then “save as”

-          then click on Computer (left column)

-          then double click your login name (H:) drive (at middle)

-          and click “save”


How do I access my files on the (H:) network drive?

See instructions and illustrations above.


How can I be sure that my files are secure?

Only you are able to access your files on the network server.  The network manager will only access your files for troubleshooting purposes.  The files are saved on a backup tape every night.


How long will I be able to keep my files on this server?

SCC will allow students to keep files on the server until the end of the summer term which is in the early part of August.  At that point, the Information Technology staff will send out an email message to all students informing them of a date that they need to clean out their storage.  This allows SCC to provide these same services to future students.  Students may then choose to copy their files onto a USB drive or other storage device.


How much storage do I have?

Each student has access to 60MB worth of storage.  This will allow you to save a lot of files.  Please note that images take up a lot more storage than text documents.