Free public wireless connectivity is available in the Mark O. Hatfield and the J.W. Long Law Libraries. The network name (SSID) is: Willamette Public
All other wireless networks on campus are restricted to Willamette University faculty, staff, and students with an active Willamette network account (username/password) or guests of the university.
Willamette provides a WiFi network named Willamette Guest that grants basic Internet access to official guests of the university only (parents, visitors from other schools, visiting groups, guest lecturers, etc.). This network is accessible in all academic and administrative buildings and requires a security key to connect.
- SSID: Willamette Guest
- security key: Willamette employees can access this page to see the current security key.
During the summer months, visiting residential groups may use the Summer Conferences wireless network. This network is available in residential buildings and requires a security key to connect.
- SSID: Summer Conferences
- security key: Provided to conference leaders or available from a Summer Conference Assistant.
Wireless internet is available in all residence halls. Residential networks are secured with WiFi Protected Access (WPA2) and require the use of a security key to connect. Network names (SSID) correspond to the residential designations as follows:
- Eastside ResNet
- Eastside ResNet 5GHz
- Westside ResNet
- Westside ResNet 5GHz
- Cornerstone ResNet
- Cornerstone ResNet 5GHz
- Kaneko ResNet
- Kaneko ResNet 5GHz
**Note: the keys will change at the beginning of each semester
The following non-residential buildings have wireless access. The Network names (SSIDs) used in all buildings are BlitzNet and Blitznet 5GHz.
Wireless access is available at Zena near the barn area. The network name (SSID) is: WUZena.
Networks exclusive to the 5GHz spectrum now available
- Starting in Jan 2014 the Residential & Academic networks have a 5GHz option. If your device can see the "...5GHz" version of the network, it is recommended you connect to it.
- There is less wireless noise in the 5GHz spectrum so devices on these networks can have less interference with their connection.
- Splitting the networks into dedicated 2.4GHz and 5GHz versions should allow both to become less crowded, offering a better WiFI experience for everyone.
Notable ExceptionsThe following buildings have special wireless coverage by Willamette University.
- Keene Stadium - please contact Athletics
- McCulloch Stadium - please contact Athletics