FSU Campus WiFi is the wireless canopy offering convenient, widely available, high-speed wireless network access to the University community.
In October 2004, FSU began its wireless initiative that would give network flexibility and mobility to University faculty, staff, and students. Present day, the FSU Campus WiFi has expanded outdoor coverage that includes most campus common and high traffic areas, as well as indoor availability in many University colleges, departments, and select residence halls.
Based on 802.11a/b/g/n technology, the FSU Campus WiFi network is constantly being expanded and improved to meet changing demands.
To connect to the FSU Campus WiFi, a user must have an FSUID (or Guest FSUID) username and password, or University Wireless Token.
FSUSecure is the university’s Wi-Fi network for students, faculty and staff. The network provides a secure connection, automatic login, and greater mobility to stay connected when roaming around campus. FSUSecure was released in early 2010 as an enhanced campus Wi-Fi network.
FSUWIN is the university’s guest Wi-Fi network. It provides free, public Wi-Fi to visitors to the main campus. To connect, visitors simply fill out a guest registration page. Instituted in 2004, FSUWIN was Florida State University’s original wireless network.
Introduced in 2014, eduroam offers Florida State University students, faculty, and staff access to a secure wireless network at thousands of universities across the globe. Eduroam also provides campus visitors from other participating institutions wireless access. A complete list of participating institutions can be found online at www.eduroam.org.