Wireless Access on Campus
Penn State DuBois has wireless internet access available from any location on campus. Find out how you can use your Penn State AccessID to connect your device to our Wireless LAN.
The procedure to access the wireless network is the same at all Penn State locations.
To set up your device, visit: Penn State Wireless 2.0 Get- Connected
Visitor Wireless is available for those without a Penn State AccessID.
As a visitor to our campus, you may access free AT&T wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) service from your personal computer or other wireless enabled device.
Windows Phone 8 users: While Penn State's Wireless 2.0 does not yet support Windows Phone 8, AT&T's Visitor Wireless does.
For further information, please visit: http://wireless.psu.edu/visitorwireless.html
Wireless 2.0 and Visitor Wireless is accessible from any building on campus, including:
For futher information, please visit: http://wireless.psu.edu/wireless.html
Penn State Access Account:
Access Accounts (see http://aset.its.psu.edu/accounts/access.html) enable Penn State students, faculty, and staff to use the full range of Internet Services (see http://css.its.psu.edu/internet/summary.html) including wireless network services.
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