To access the Wireless Network you will need a suitable device equipped with a compliant wireless adapter. Many devices come with this type of network connectivity installed as standard. For Staff & Students a full list of campus locations with full Wi-Fi coverage can be found here.
The primary connection to the wireless network for Warwick Staff and Students is by the hotspot-secure service.
hotspot-secure provides users with an easy, fast log-on process using WPA2 Enterprise security to prevent eavesdropping on wireless data. Use your University IT Services username and password to log on.
Residents in campus accommodation can plug a device into the ResNet service via a network port in each room. In addition, all campus residential buildings are covered by the resnet-secure wireless service.
resnet-secure provides Warwick Staff & Students with an easy, fast log-on process using WPA2 Enterprise security to prevent eavesdropping on wireless data. Use your University IT Service username and password to log on.
Conference guests and visitors to the campus can use the free Warwick Guest wireless network anywhere on campus. This operates on a self-service basis, much like public wireless networks in cafes and airports.
For more detail about connecting your device to Warwick Guest, please click here.
Users with a Warwick IT account should not use the Warwick Guest service.
For those visiting from another academic institution which participates in the eduroam service, the eduroam wireless network service is available across the campus at Warwick.
Users log-in using their normal IT account as issued by their home institution. There is no need to have a Warwick IT account or to make any special arrangements with Warwick IT Services.
If users find they are unable to log-in, they should contact their own institution for advice.
Users with a Warwick IT account should not use eduroam whilst on campus and should therefore give the hotspot-secure and resnet-secure service a higher preference in their saved wireless networks.