Computers can be connected to the campus network in the library carrels, classrooms, study areas, and common areas, all of which are supplied with Ethernet connections and power. The recommended configuration should allow students to work in the same computing environment, whether at home, work, or school.
The wireless network is based on the “Wi-Fi” 802.11 g/n standard and is available throughout the rest of campus as well, including the student center and several outdoor areas.
Entering students should also be aware that Seattle University does not provide off-campus Internet access and you will need to provide your own ISP in order to have an Internet connection from home if you live off campus. Seattle University does provide an e-mail account and server space for individual Web pages. Additionally, campus IT is working with the School of Law to provide students with storage for their School of Law coursework.