Residence Hall Network Access
The WSCU network can be access via a wired or wireless connection. This page lists which type of connection is located on campus and specific information on connecting via wireless.
Wired AND Wireless Buildings
The following residence halls and apartments provide a wired AND wireless network connection.
- Moffatt (Mears Complex)
- Robidoux (Mears Complex)
- Crystal (Escalante Complex)
- Tomichi (Escalante Complex)
- Colorado (Escalante Complex)
- Dolores (Escalante Complex)
- Chipeta (Apartments)
For connectivity to the wired network, residents will need an ethernet adapter (10/100/1000Base-TX, most computers have them built in) and a network cable (6 - 12' long) for their computer. If you are living in a dorm or apartment with a wired connection but bringing a laptop, you should consider outfitting your computer with a wireless network adapter (802.11 b/g) as well because there are other areas of campus that provide wireless network access for residents.
Wireless ONLY Residence Buildings
Wireless networking can be found in the following locations throughout campus for use by all WSCU students, faculty & staff:
- Shavano Apartments (Alpine, Shavano, Ophir, Teocalli, Hermosa)
- Ute Residence Hall
Wondering how to connect your computer to the secure wireless network? Check out: How to connect your computer to the wireless network
If using your personal computer on the wireless network, be sure it meets the Computer Recommendations and contains a wireless network card (802.11 b/g).