You can register up to 20 devices on the main SEU wireless network. We've got instructions on how to connect to the main network on PCs running either Windows 7, 8 or 10.

All students, faculty and staff should use the SEU network. It's encrypted and requires a login, so it's plenty secure. Campus visitors can use the SEU-Guest network, and students studying abroad are welcome to access the Eduroam wireless network with their home university login information. 

Windows 8/10

  1. Click the Wi-Fi icon in the bottom right on the task taskbarect SEU.  
  2. When prompted, enter your St. Edward's username and password.
  3. Click OK, followed by Connect on the next screen.

Windows 7

  1. Select the Wi-Fi icon on the bottom right of the menu bar.
  2. Select SEU Wi-Fi Setup and click Connect
  3. Open any web browser and attempt to go to any website.  Click Submit on the St. Edward's University Screen.  
  4. On the next screen, select Join
  5. After the application downloads, select Run in the pop-up window.
  6. In the next window, enter your St. Edward's username and password and click Next. Then select Done.
  7. A new browser window should open. You should now be connected to SEU.

Troubleshooting

If you're having trouble connecting to any wireless network, it may be helpful to forget it and reconnect. 

For Windows 7 

Click Start and search for Manage Wireless Networks. Click the network you want to forget and choose Remove.

For Windows 8

Go to Settings and select Available or Network. Right click the network you want to forget and click Forget this network.     

For Windows 10

Open Settings, then click Network & Internet. Under the Wi-Fi tab, click the network you want to forget and click Forget.