What are MSU Denver's Wi-Fi networks?

The University has two wireless networks — 'MSUDenver' and 'MSUDenver-Guest'. The 'MSUDenver' network is a secure, encrypted network that is available for all current MSU Denver students, faculty, and staff to use. 'MSUDenver-Guest' is a guest wireless network that is available in various buildings throughout campus. Please note that you may need to open a browser to accept the terms and conditions to join the guest network.

Who can use MSU Denver's Wi-Fi networks?

Anyone can use the 'MSUDenver-Guest' wireless network. MSU Denver students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to use the secure, encrypted 'MSUDenver' wireless network because it provides a faster, more secure experience. The map below provides coverage information:

How do I request access to MSU Denver's Wi-Fi networks?

MSU Denver's Wi-Fi networks can be accessed on any mobile device, tablet, or laptop (using your NetID (the first portion of your email address - before "@msudenver.edu") and password for the 'MSUDenver' secure network, or using a browser to accept the terms and conditions for the 'MSUDenver-Guest' network).

How do I access MSU Denver's Wi-Fi networks?

Instructions for connecting your devices to the 'MSUDenver' wireless network are available at the following links separated by device operating system type:

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