GSU Wireless Network


Connect to the Internet
with the GSU Network

Log in to GSU wireless from anywhere on campus with your CampusID and CampusID Password.

Find support for:
Windows| Mac | Android | iOS | Housing >

Connect to the Internet on campus using your laptop or portable device with GSU, Georgia State University’s secure, convenient wireless network. With GSU, you can automatically access the university’s wireless network after setting up your device once, and your session is encrypted without using additional technology.


Walk-Up Support
Get in-person support for setting up wireless on your device

Aderhold, 023 (Computer Lab)
Mon-Thurs: 7:30 a.m. – 10:15 p.m.
Fri: 7:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Walk-Up Support is Also Available from Campus CATLabs.
Find a CATLab >


Wireless Feedback
Submit your feedback or report a wireless performance issue.
Submit your feedback >

Wireless Networks

Network Purpose
GSU GSU Students, Faculty & Staff across all university campuses
Secure, convenient wireless network that connects your device across all GSU campuses. Many university-maintained computers will automatically be connected without additional setup.
GSU-Guest Campus Guests & other temporary access
Allows campus guests temporary access to the network for an event or when sponsored by a faculty or staff member. Faculty, staff and students can also sign on to the guest network for temporary wireless access with their CampusID and password.
Eduroam Visitors across Eduroam partner institutions
Academic, community wireless network that allows you to connect to the internet at any other institution that hosts Eduroam by logging in with your campus email address and CampusID password.


Connect to GSU on Personally-Owned Devices: Connect on a Windows computer
Connect on a Mac
Connect on an Android
Connect on an iOS device
Update your Wireless Password after you Change your CampusID Password:
Update on a Windows computer
Update on a Mac
Update on an Android device
Update on an iOS device
Troubleshoot Connection Issues:
Troubleshoot Issues on a Windows computer
Troubleshoot Issues on a Mac
Troubleshoot Issues on an Android device
Troubleshoot Issues on an iOS device
Related technology: Virtual Private Network (VPN) Access