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Seattle Pacific offers both wired and wireless options for connecting personal computers and mobile devices to the campus network and Internet.

You may also connect gaming & streaming devices, that don't have web browsers, to the campus network; click the Gaming Devices link below for more information.

If you have an SPU Username and Password, connect to SPU-Wireless instead of SPU-Guests.

How To:

Gaming Devices
Guest Access

Other WiFi Devices

See Also:

Disconnect from SPU-Guest if you are a Student, Faculty or Staff Member

  • If you have previously connect to SPU-Guests, disconnect ("forget") the association to SPU-Guests in your device's Manage Wireless settings menu
  • Connect to SPU-Wireless; enter "SPU-Wireless" as the password without the quotation marks
  • Launch your web browser and login with your SPU credentials

System Health Requirements

  1. Make sure your computer's operating system is patched with the latest security updates provided by the vendor:
    • Windows users should go to the Microsoft Windows Update Site.
    • Apple Macintosh users choose 'Software Update' from the Apple Menu
    • Linux users, go to the distribution center for your specific Linux OS kernel.
  2. Run spyware checking utilities to clean your computer of malicious programs.
  3. Ensure your Antivirus Software is current with the latest virus definition files.
  4. Run a firewall on your computer (The built-in Security Center is strongly recommended for Windows machines.)

Our recommendation: Windows computers should be running 7 Ultimate (available from CIS) with the full Windows Security Center Suite enabled. Windows Vista and XP are allowed if fully patched. Earlier versions of Windows are not permitted on the campus network.

Last Updated: 6/26/2012