The wireless network allows access to the Internet, e-mail, and other web-based services from mobile devices without the constraint of a physical wire. There are wireless access areas in most buildings, residence halls, and outdoor areas around campus. In order to use the wireless network, the wireless network card must be configured with the SSID (or network name). The SSIDs (ccsu-bluenet and ccsu-public) are broadcast continuously by each access point on campus so the wireless network card should detect them automatically. Any mobile computing device (i.e. laptops, Chromebooks, smartphones, and tablets) with integrated wireless networking capabilities should be able to connect to the wireless network.
How to Access:
Computers and mobile devices:
All faculty, staff, and students with a BlueNet account will use the ccsu-bluenet wireless network on computers and mobile devices.
Click on a link below to access the instructions for connecting to the ccsu-bluenet wireless network:
Guests: If you are a guest on campus and do not have a BlueNet account, you may use our Public wireless network. Connect your computer or mobile device to the ccsu-public network, open a browser and follow the on-screen instructions. Click here for more detailed instructions to access the ccsu-public wireless network.
Eduroam: CCSU is a member institution of Eduroam, click here for more information.
Gaming and Streaming devices:
Students living in the residence halls may register up to 12 gaming and streaming devices for use on the ccsu-public wireless network. To register devices:
Click here for more information about the wireless network.
Eduroam: CCSU is a member institution of Eduroam, for information visit related article number 11066.
Home Internet Program: The FCC is offering an Emergency Broadband Benefit, see https://www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit for details.
Article ID: 178
Last updated: 26 Jul, 2023
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