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- Network and Phone
- Mobile Devices
The OSU Wireless Network
Oregon State University provides enterprise wireless network access in many campus locations. The wireless network on campus and OSU satellite locations allows students, staff, and visitors to easily set up and use wireless devices.
What Is Wireless and How Does It Work?
Wireless is a way of connecting to the internet, network, or device without the use of a wired connection.
Available Wireless Networks
Anyone who has a valid ONID account will have access to OSU wireless. For more information about who has access to the network, see our Getting Connected page.
There are four options available when connecting to the wireless network at OSU:
- OSU_Secure (recommended)
OSU_Secure is an encrypted connection and is more secure. OSU_Access is an unsecured connection providing the same resources. Visitor is a network designed for users only on campus for a day or short time period. Eduroam is a network for users from other participating universities to connect to with their university credentials; it can also be used by OSU students and employees who travel to other institutions.
- Instructions for connecting to OSU_Secure
- Instructions for connecting to OSU_Access
- Instructions for connecting to Visitor
- Information and instructions for connecting to Eduroam
Partnering With PSU and UO
OSU has established reciprocal relationships with several OUS schools to allow access to each others wireless. OSU employees and students can use their ONID account to access wireless at PSU and U of O.