MSU provides wireless throughout the MSU campus and select off-site locations.

Connecting to MSU Wi-Fi

Users with an MSU NetID can access MSU Wi-Fi (SSID) MSUnet, or MSUnet 3.0.

Guest users without an MSU NetID can join the Wi-Fi network (SSID) MSUnet Guest or MSUnet Guest 3.0.

You can register your devices for use on the MSU Wi-Fi Network at dhcp.msu.edu.

Wi-Fi in Residence Halls

MSU provides Wi-Fi in common areas and classroom spaces in all residence halls. All residence hall rooms now have Wi-Fi.

Check out the process of Wi-Fi installation across MSU!

Rooms with Wi-Fi:

  • Akers
  • Armstrong
    The Wi-Fi integration is now complete!
  • Bailey
  • Bryan
  • Butterfield
  • Campbell
  • Case
  • Emmons
  • Holden
  • Holmes
  • Hubbard
  • Landon
  • Mary Mayo
  • Mason-Abbot
  • McDonel
  • Owen
  • Rather
  • Shaw
  • Snyder-Philips
  • Van Hoosen
  • Williams
  • Wilson
  • Wonders
  • University Village
  • Yakeley-Gilchrist

Setting up a Department Wireless Network

If your unit or department is thinking about setting up its own wireless network, please contact the MSU IT Service Desk for more information at (517) 432-6200 or by submitting an online form.

Any MSU unit wireless network not integrated with MSUnet Wireless should follow these guidelines:

  • The SSID “MSUnet Wireless” and any SSID containing the words “MSUnet Wireless” are reserved for devices belonging to the MSUnet Wireless network.
  • The transmitting power of access points should be limited to the minimum that is needed to cover the desired area.

MSUnet Wireless Standards

MSUnet Wireless supports the current Wi-Fi standards – 802.11a, 802.11g and 802.11n. The 802.11n standard operates in both the 2.4 and 5 GHz frequencies.

To maintain Wi-Fi quality, MSU IT can constrain any wireless network devices with incorrect or conflicting configurations that could adversely impact the performance of MSUnet Wireless.