MSU Wireless Network Access
MSU is in the process of upgrading the campus wireless network.
Visit MSU Wi-Fi Buildout for current project status and information.
Wireless for MSU faculty, staff, & students
MSU-Secure provides a secure encrypted connection to the Internet and must be used to access campus resources such as printing and file shares (student "Z drives"). Use your NetID and password to log in.
MSU is an open, unencrypted network and does not require a username or password. If you need access to campus resources like files on your Z drive or printing, use MSU-Secure.
eduroam (education roaming) is a secure encrypted wireless network that is available at participating institutions throughout the US and world-wide. As an eduroam member, MSU faculty, staff, and students can connect securely to the Web anywhere eduroam is available.
For information about connecting to and using eduroam please visit http://www.montana.edu/wifi/eduroam.php.
Wireless for vistors
MSU-GuestCampus visitors can use the MSU-Guest network to access the internet. It does not require a NetID/password and is an open unencrypted network.
eduroamVisitors from any university who is a member of eduroam may use the network for secure access to the internet.
MSU-Secure Configuration Instructions
Please contact IT Services at firstname.lastname@example.org | 994-1777 or visit them on the first floor of the library or Reid Hall, 306.