Wireless Data Network
The ClarksonUniversity network is available with no authentication for general and guest network access.
Clarkson University also subscribes to eduroam®. Using eduroam® on-campus, as a member of the University, will connect you to your building's wired network. You will be able to access on-campus resources, as well as the devices you have in your on-campus office or residence, wirelessly.
Instructions for Access
You must use the CAT (Configuration Assistant Tool) linked above to connect to eduroam.
You must provide your username as: firstname.lastname@example.org when prompted. If you do not include @clarkson.edu, eduroam will NOT work.
Detailed instructions for connecting to Wi-Fi at Clarkson University can be found here:
- Configuring Wireless Using Android
- Configuring Wireless Using iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod)
- Configuring Wireless Using macOS / OS X
- Configuring Wireless Using Windows
Pervasive wireless has been fully deployed in the following campus buildings:
- Graham Hall: Donahue, Olson, Van Note, Wilson
- Moore House
- Price Hall: Farrisee, Ormsby, Newell, Thomas
- Riverside Apartments
- The Quad: Brooks, Cubley, Reynolds, Ross
- Theme Houses
- Townhouse Apartments
- Woodstock Village
Academic / Administrative Buildings:
- 80 Nott Terrace (CRC)
- ADK Lodge
- Bertrand H. Snell Hall (New Snell)
- Clarkson Hall
- Facilities Building
- Graham Hall
- IRC/Field house
- Old Main
- Price Hall
- Quad Center Core
- Science Center
- Student Center
- Woodstock Lodge
You are NOT permitted to install your own wireless router, access point, or repeater. Wired network switches are allowed but not supported. If you are experiencing a wireless coverage issue in a building listed above, please contact the IT HelpDesk for assistance.