UW-Whitewater is currently in the process of transitioning to a new wireless network access system to help improve overall efficiency and security. The project is being implemented in phases, based on device type and its operating system. Not all features of the new wireless access system may be available at this time.
Streamlined Wi-Fi Access
Once the registration process is completed, your mobile devices will retain uninterrupted wireless access for up to two years, even when your Net-ID password changes.
Simplified Guest Access
Campus guests are able to gain temporary access to campus Wi-Fi through a simple self-service process:
Visit our Guest Access page for more information on connecting to UW-Whitewater Wi-Fi as a campus guest.
Manage Your Devices Remotely
You can manage your registered devices via http://mydevices.uww.edu. Simply log in from any location using your Net-ID to report devices as lost and remove old devices.
Mobile Device Tips
When connecting to the campus network, though, please consider how your connection impacts other users. Downloading large files, connecting multiple devices, and using older devices impacts the speed for others.
Users are able to access the UW-Whitewater wireless network and university email from a mobile device. Please review our guides below for more information.
In the event that you lose your mobile device, you can remotely block or delete the information from Outlook Web Access.
Registered users can manage devices through the portal at http://mydevices.uww.edu.
For assistance in performing this operation, please contact the TSC Helpdesk at 262-472-HELP(4357) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The table below outlines what software and devices that are support by the Technology Support Center. If you require support for hardware or software that is not listed below, contact your vendor for assistance. Faculty and staff should contact ICIT for assistance with device acquisition.
|University-owned Devices||Personal Devices|
||Visit the 4U page for discounted hardware and software|
|Device Support||The Helpdesk will provide support for any University-owned device||Please contact your vendor for assistance|
The Helpdesk cannot provide support for personal devices. Self-service documentation is available for: