Answered By: Reference Service
Last Updated: Nov 16, 2015     Views: 90

Yes, usually!

As a student, you can use the Wireless by selecting WSU Wireless as your Network, and entering your Network ID and password (what you use for email). If you are not a student, faculty, or affiliated with the university, you may use a library public computer, OR get WiFi guest access by going to the CUB. For more information, CLICK HERE.

Here are a few facts - see our Ethernet/Wireless Access for Laptop Computers guide for more complete information on requirements and locations.

  • Wireless Access
    • Wireless access is available in most parts of the Animal Health, Holland & Terrell, and Owen Science and Engineering Library.
  • Wired/Ethernet access
    • The Animal Health Library has two ports for Internet access in their Current Journals area.
    • Holland and Terrell Libraries have eleven outlets for Internet access. These are on designated carrels along the curved northern bank of windows of the first floor overlooking the practice fields and Martin Stadium.
    • Owen Science & Engineering Library has 26 outlets for Internet access (floors 1, 4, 5 and 6).

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