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Wired and Wireless Access
Frostburg State University provides a fast and secure fiber-optic computing network. Both wired and wireless connections are available. All students, faculty, and staff can connect to the network. Visit the FSU Network Accounts & Access page for more information about the FSU network.
The university has a wireless network in addition to the standard wired network. Faculty, staff and students can connect to the university’s wireless network by connecting to WiFi@FSU and entering your provided network credentials.
Computers must be equipped with a wireless network adapter (802.11 g/n/ac) to connect to the wireless network. We recommend purchasing a dual band wireless adapter (2.4GHz/5GHz) as this will enhance your wireless computing experience.
To use devices such as televisions, gaming systems or other devices that do not have a web browser on our network, you must first register these devices. Once registered you can use the psk@FSU wireless network or you may plug the device in to the port on the bottom of the access point mounted in your room. View the Device Registration instructions.
All residence halls have full wireless coverage. See the map below for complete campus coverage.
General Guidelines for Connecting Mobile Devices to the Wireless Network
Two (2) common ways to solve many problems related to wireless access are listed below. Please try these first before seeking further assistance.
If necessary, you can get further assistance from the IT Help Desk.