SIU Wireless Services Main Content
Southern Illinois University's wireless network provides secure, mobile Internet access for students, faculty, and staff from the wireless access points located throughout the main campus. Guest Wireless access is also available for the visitors on campus.
The following networks are present where wireless access is available.
- “SIU-indoor” – Secure wireless network for students, faculty, and staff
- “SIU-indoor-Instructions” - Open and unsecure network that provides instructions on how to connect to secure “SIU-Indoor” wireless network.
- “SIU-Guest” – Wireless network for campus visitors
- "eduroam" – eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. Eduroam allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to obtain Internet connectivity when visiting other participating institutions. You can find out more about the eduroam project by visiting their web page at http://www.eduroam.org.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to use the “SIU-indoor” secure wireless network to access the Internet and campus resources. Click here to configure the network.
Campus visitors are encouraged to use the “SIU-Guest” wireless for Internet access on campus. Click here for more information.
Information Technology – Network Engineering is in the process of upgrading the campus wireless network. You may still see a few old wireless networks at a few locations on campus. These include the following:
The above wireless networks require the use of VPN. View VPN instructions.
Information Technology – Network Engineering is continuously working to improve the wireless service across campus. Check back periodically for updates on campus wireless.