ITS offers and supports CCUCloud (also known as Nextcloud), a file storage and sharing system. Similar to other cloud-based services such as Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive, CCUCloud allows files to be shared with anyone. CCUCloud has industry-level security, better user collaboration with improved speed, and protection for your confidential data. Each user is allowed 5GB of space and may upload files of up to 1GB to share with anyone, regardless of whether or not they have a CCU account. Files may be accessed from desktop computers or mobile devices both on and off campus.
- ITS Service Center
Wall Building 105
Online Service Request »
- Inside ITS »(CCU login required)
Request a CCUCloud account online through the ITS Service Center. Once your account is set up:
- Access CCUCloud by typing https://ccucloud.coastal.edu in your browser's URL.
- CCUCloud uses single sign-on (SSO) that allows users to access multiple applications with one set of credentials; for example, SSO works in tandem with other university apps such as Office 365 and Moodle.
- CCUCloud can also be used by installing the client locally on your computer or on your mobile device (iOS and Android).
See installation instructions »
Desktop Client Manual »
- You can also integrate CCUCloud (Nextcloud) with your Moodle courses.
Other options for sharing and storing files include OneDrive or Network Storage on the T drive.