FGCU Emergency Management Advisory

Sept. 27, 2022 | FGCU is canceling all classes and non-essential campus activities Thursday and Friday. FGCU leaders will evaluate methods for students to make up for lost instructional time, which will likely include the use of planned study dates as regular academic class. Please expect updates to the academic calendar once we return to normal operations. For storm updates, visit fgcu.edu/emergencymanagement.

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ResNet

Using the residence hall internet is easy

Connect

  • Connect your devices to the  "fgcu-housing" wireless network to get started
  • For additional security, and to not have to worry about changing networks between campus and housing, join "eduroam" by visiting

eduroam registration

Browse/Play

Once you're connected you have access to anything on the Internet.  If you have a gaming console, like an Xbox, or Playstation, we recommend you register it following these instructions.

Tip:  Use the wired port in your room for your gaming devices to get a better experience

Instructions

How your internet works

The network on-campus works differently than a home network. Internet is provided to you through two sources: a wireless network and a wired network. We have supplied hundreds of commercial wireless access points throughout all of our living locations in South Village and North Lake Village. However, the wireless network is a shared resource. This means that the more users who use a given wireless access point, the more likely users on that access point may experience slow performance and/or disconnecting from the network.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I report problems?

  • How do I set up my wireless printer?

  • Can I use my own router/switch?

  • Does device X work on the housing network?

  • Is there a way to improve my Internet surfing experience?  

  • Is there a way to improve the wireless signal in my room?