Stetson University provides wireless coverage throughout its four campuses. Depending on 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 residence halls and apartments. It requires a password at Stetson Cove and Plymouth Apartments. That password is "GoHatters!"
- 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.
- Stetson-Guest – This network is for guests and is in all admin buildings. It does not require a login.
Frequently Asked Questions
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 five to 50 Mbps.
Does Stetson provide wireless access in any outdoor areas?
- Yes, outdoor wireless is available in Palm Court, Stetson Green, around the Rinker Welcome Center, and the intramural field.
What do I do when my phone or computer can't 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. If you still have issues with WiFi, contact I.T. at email@example.com
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.