Fall semester has started and students are back on campus. The streets and sidewalks are crowded and so are the fast food restaurants. More foot traffic on campus also means more Internet traffic. With thousands of students accessing the Internet, the University must make sure it has the capabilities to serve students' needs.
The Office of Information Technology has installed 4,300 wireless access points on campus, 1,011 over the last year, and 177 of them have been repositioned to get maximum output. To help you understand how important wireless Internet is to the University campus, during the first two days of the fall semester, nearly 400,000 wireless sessions took place.
Currently wireless is only being expanded through customer funded requests. For specific locations of wireless frequency, please see the Wireless Coverage Map.