WiFi at SSU
SSU provides wireless access for all current students, staff and faculty of Sonoma State University. SSU students and employees can connect to Sonoma State's wireless network using their Seawolf ID and password.
Known Unsupported Wireless DevicesBelow is a list of known unsupported wireless devices at SSU. As technology changes so will this list.
- Wireless Printers
- Google Chromecast
Accessing Wireless Networks at SSU
This is the preferred network for both the main campus and Residence Halls. This network provides a safe and secure connection for devices that support WPA2-Enterprise. This network is available for current SSU students, staff and faculty. Once SSU-SECURE is setup successfully, users can reconnect to the wireless network seamlessly without loading a captive portal page or entering their Seawolf ID and password.
This network is available on the main campus. Users can connect by entering their Seawolf ID and password after loading a portal page with their web browser. Guest wireless accounts will connect to this network only.
This network is available in the Residence Halls. Users can connect by entering their Seawolf ID and password after loading a portal page with their web browser.
This network is available in the Residence Halls and is for IT approved devices that cannot connect to SSU-SECURE and ResHall-WLAN. (E.g, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Nook, etc.). To request access to ssu-blue, contact the Help Desk with the following information:
- Your Name:
- Phone Number:
- Dorm Building & Room:
- Type of Wireless Device:
- Wireless MAC Address:
Once your request for access has been approved, simply configure your device to connect to ssu-blue. You will not need to enter a username or password.
Eduroam (education roaming) is a secure, worldwide campus WiFi service developed for the international research and education community. For more information visit www.eduroam.org
This network provides visiting faculty, staff and students from participating institutions the ability to easily gain secure network access utilizing their home institution credentials. It also provides SSU faculty, staff and students who will be visiting a participating institution the ability to connect to eduroam, providing secure, automatic access while away.
Guests of the university may receive a guest wireless account by being sponsored by an SSU student or employee. Sponsors must contact the Help Desk with the guest's name, phone number, and email address. Guest wireless accounts are valid for 24 hours unless otherwise authorized. Guest wireless accounts will connect to SSUWLAN only.
Tech High Students
Students attending Tech High on the Sonoma State campus may obtain a guest wireless account. Tech High students must bring their current school ID to the Help Desk to obtain an account. Tech High wireless accounts are valid for one month. Tech High wireless accounts will connect to SSUWLAN only.