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Network Infrastructure

The University's network infrastructure is a vast web of cables, switches, and wireless access points that serve one purpose: to get the information and files you need to your computer as quickly as possible.

Our dedicated team of network engineers work to ensure that your computer is able to communicate with the outside world. When a problem does occur, they are able to quickly diagnose and troubleshoot the issue so that you get back online as soon as possible.

There are three main networks on campus: The wired network, the wireless network, and the Residence Hall Network.


Wired

Our wired network supports most of the office computers on campus.

Wireless

The wireless network provides internet access for your laptop or cell phone.

Residence Hall

If you live in the dorms, you can plug your computer into our dedicated high-speed network.

Remote Access

How to access the University network from off-campus.

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