Connect a Device to the Wireless Network

Issue:

How do I connect my device to the wireless network?

Environment:

eduroam

ResNet

Resolution:

There are two main wireless networks you need to connect to: eduroam and ResNet

eduroam

eduroam (education roaming) is an international roaming service for users in research, universities, national labs, museums, and other institutions. It provides for easy and secure network access on campus and when when visiting other educational institutions.   

Username: The username for Eduroam is the same as your MyCharleston login followed by @cofc.edu (for employees) or @g.cofc.edu (for students)

Password: The password is your Cougars password (the password you use for MyCharleston, MyPortal, Office365, OAKS).

Detailed instructions for connecting can be found by clicking the links below:


ResNet

ResNet is a high-speed internet service that provides internet access to every student living on campus at the College of Charleston. This service is covered in the cost of student housing, so there are no monthly fees. Support for the computer network in the residence halls and historic houses is provided by Apogee. For support, you can contact them one of the following ways:

  • Call 1-855-290-7138
  • Text ResNet to 84700

Would you like more information? See Wireless Access on Campus.

 
Do you still need help?  Create a support ticket and a Service Desk technician will contact you. 

Details

Article ID: 13877
Created
Wed 6/15/16 11:37 AM
Modified
Tue 8/2/22 10:47 AM

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