If you would like to connect to the "SUUstudents" wireless network you will need a current student account and password. (Students who don't have a campus username and password can go to the Student Accounts page for more information.)
As part of the setup process you may need to download the SUU Security Certificate to allow your computer to connect to the "SUUstudents" wireless network. To download the security certificate you need to right click on the link below and choose "Save As..." or "Save Target As.." and then save the file to your computer before you can use it.
If you have any problems please speak with a lab assistant in the Library or ELC 214 computer labs.
Wireless Internet Access
Wireless access provides a convenient way for students to access the Internet using their own notebooks. Students with notebooks or devices that support 802.11ab/g and n wireless can connect. Wireless services are available in all academic buildings. The current Acceptable Use Policy and the Wireless Access Policy apply to wireless users.
Disclaimer of Liability:
We make every effort to make the wireless network secure. However, there are known security vulnerabilities in wireless networks.
Recommended Hardware and Operating Systems:
If you are buying a new laptop or wireless card, please look through the recommendations below. We recommend the following software and hardware to provide you with the most secure wireless connection available on the SUU campus.
- Windows 7 SP1, Windows Vista SP2, Windows XP Home or Professional SP3. Mac OS X 10.5 or newer. It is always recommended to apply current service packs and wireless driver updates.
- Most brands of 802.11ab/g/n wireless cards will work on our network, but they may not have the same security features.
- We recommend 802.11ab/g/n wireless cards or laptops that support WPA2 Enterprise (Wi-Fi Protected Access).
Connecting to the Wireless Network:
For instructions on connecting to the wireless network at SUU, refer to the WiFi Setup Tutorial.
If you have problems setting up wireless Internet, please speak to a lab technician.
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