If you are not comfortable using the SQL prompt (
mysql), you might
want to consider accessing your database using a GUI. One such GUI is
DataGrip, a database IDE for which
students can get a free license.
Connecting to a UTN database in DataGrip is relatively easy.
Once DataGrip is installed and started, add a new Data Source. (Make sure you pick the right database software).
In the General tab, change the Database, User, and the Password, but leave the Host and Port untouched.
In the SSH/SSL tab, enable and fill in all settings for the SSH Tunnel.
Test the connection in the General tab.
Congratulations! You are now connected to your UTN database.