Wireless Network (Wi-Fi)

Office of Information Technology

Wireless Network (Wi-Fi)

Service description

PSU offers secure and nonsecure wireless networks on campus. The difference between secure and nonsecure wireless networks is that a secure wireless network will encrypt the internet traffic from your computer to the wireless access point. Older devices and operating systems that are not able to connect to the secure network can connect to the nonsecure network, but OIT recommends always connecting to PSU Secure if you are able.

Service details

The following wireless (Wi-Fi) networks are available on the PSU campus: 

  • PSU Secure - The recommended option for anyone with an Odin account, this wireless network encrypts the internet traffic from your computer to the wireless access point, providing additional security for your data.
  • PSU Registered Devices - This network is for devices such as gaming consoles and streaming media devices, that do not support 802.1x (WPA2-Enterprise) authentication.
  • PSU Guest - Visitors to campus who need Wi-Fi access for 24 hours or less can use this network. Visit Guest Wi-Fi for more information.
  • Eduroam - A  Wi-Fi authentication service that allows students and faculty to access the internet using their school credentials at participating institutions across the globe. Visit Eduroam Wi-Fi roaming service for more information.


This service is available to the following groups:

  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Affiliates