Wi-Fi OS Specific Instructions and Tips

The Weber State Wireless Onboarding Tool is available to faculty, staff, and active students and will set up a device to automatically connect to secure wireless internet whenever it comes in range of any WSU campus or any other institution's eduroam network*.  Visitors can refer to the Wi-Fi Internet page for connection options.

*Weber State secure wireless access will be provided through eduroam rather than WSU Secure going forward.

While using WSU's network services, users are subject to WSU's Acceptable Use Policy for Computing and Network Resources (PPM 10-2).  Violation of this policy may result in a user's network access being suspended.  Note that any sort of peer-to-peer (P2P) connection is strictly prohibited while on campus (Torrents, Limewire, etc.).

Select an operating system:

General Windows macOS Android iOS 

For generic Wi-Fi connection information, see the Wi-Fi Internet page.

If you require assistance or have any questions, please contact the IT Service Desk.

Unsupported Wi-Fi Devices

In order to connect to eduroam and WSU Secure, devices must support the WPA2 Enterprise or WPA3 Enterprise wireless security. 

A device's manual or technical specifications will identify this.

Contact the IT Service Desk with questions or for other options.

Known unsupported devices include:

  • Microsoft Xbox consoles
  • Sony PlayStation consoles
  • Nintendo gaming consoles
  • Apple HomePod
  • Google Chromecast
  • Amazon Fire TV Stick
  • Amazon Echo devices
  • Roku devices
  • Most smart TVs
  • Most wireless printers

Wired Internet

Many devices have Ethernet ports that allow for wired internet connection.  If you live in the student dorms, see options for wired internet.