To access the Internet or Network on campus, you will need your CSU ID number and your CampusNet password). If you do not know your password, please contact the Call Center at 687-5050.
You can access the Internet from almost any computer on campus (Some departments may limit Internet access on their computers). Computers are available in the Campus Connection Lounges (MC 120 and SC 126) and General Computer Labs (BU23, SH128, UR39/40 and FT 103) and laptops can be used in many locations using a network card (each General Computer Lab, the libraries, and other areas) or anywhere using a wireless card. College computing labs and specialized computing labs are also available with special hardware and software.
There is no time limit for on campus use of the Network or Internet using the General Computer Labs, Campus Connection Lounges, or most labs. Loaner laptops and ipads are lent for 5 hours free from the Mobile Campus.
Each college has computer labs with various software specific to their students. The General Computer Labs (BU23, SH128, UR39/40 FT 103), Campus Connection Lounges and Mobile Campus have more general software.
Each college has computer labs with various software specific to their students. The General Computer Labs (BU23, SH128, UR39/40 FT 103) have more general hardware. A list of hardware and locations is available. Each General Computer Lab has a scanner and printer (free black and white printing up to 2,000 pages per term). The Campus Connection Lounges also have free black and white printing.
Up to 2,000 pages of black and white or 160 color pages of printing is available free in the General Computer labs and Campus Connection Lounges. College labs may provide some free printing or printing at a cost.
CampusNet password is one password used to access multiple systems - right now that includes:
To change your current CampusNet password yourself, you can use CampusNet. If you do not know how to do this, please contact the Call Center at 687-5050.
You can use a laptop on campus and still connect to the Internet via CSU wireless network using a Cisco wireless card (our wireless network) or network drops using a network card (Instructions for set-up at bottom of this page). Network drops are available in each General Computer Lab and in a few other labs (Library, Law, Business, and Urban). In addition, we have loaner laptops and ipads available to students for free up to five hours in the Mobile Campus.
The following reference guides are available from the Call center at 687-5050: