Stetson University provides wireless coverage throughout its four campuses. Depending where you are on campus, you should see at least one of the wireless network I.D.s listed below.
- Students – This network is for students only and is in all admin buildings where classes are held. It is a secure network which requires your username and password (the same login you use for email).
- Stetson-ResNet – This network is in all residential halls and apartments (except Stetson Cove, Colonial Oaks, and DeLand Inn). This network is open and does not require a login.
- FacultyStaff – This network is for staff and faculty only and is in all admin buildings where classes are held. It is a secure network which requires your username and password.
Frequently Asked Questions
I live in Stetson Cove or Colonial Oaks. What wireless connection do I connect to and what is my password?
Each apartment has its own wireless router from Brighthouse Networks (mounted on the living room wall) that has a sticker with the SSID (wireless name) and password. Please check here first.
I live in DeLand Inn. What wireless connection do I connect to and what is my password?
The wireless name is “Stetson University” and the password is GoHatters!
I live in Plymouth Apartments. What wireless connection do I connect to and what is my password?
The wireless name is “StetsonResNet” and the password is GoHatters!
What speed is the wireless network?
Speeds will vary based on proximity to the access point and number of people in the area connected. In most residence halls, speeds will be between 5-10Mbps. On campus, speeds may vary between 5-50Mbps
Does Stetson provide wireless access in any outdoor areas
Currently, wireless access is limited to indoor areas only. You may get wireless signal in some outdoor areas however this is wireless signal that is bleeding through building walls.
My phone/computer cannot access WiFi
Check to be sure that WiFi is turned on or enabled on the device. On some laptops, this may be a mechanical switch on the side or front of the computer.
I’m prompted to accept a certificate when I connect to the wireless network. Is it safe to accept the certificate?
Yes. We use certificates to authenticate our wireless network.
I am still having trouble connecting to WiFi – Can I.T. help?
Yes, we can assist you. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us exactly where you experienced WiFi issues and the time and date on which the issue happened.