Stevens Wi-Fi uses the latest Wi-Fi technology (Wi-Fi 6) to simplify the way users connect and authenticate. We recommend users ensure their devices are updated with the latest operating system and network drivers from Apple, Windows, and Linux to ensure an optimal performance when connecting to Stevens Wi-Fi.
This wireless network allows Stevens users to complete the JoinNow wizard to authenticate with their credentials to configure and connect their devices to Stevens-Net while on campus. Users will find this network in the all areas where Stevens-Net is available.
Stevens-Net offers secure access to all local Stevens resources and is available campus-wide for all students, faculty, and staff. Devices connecting to Stevens-Net for the first time must complete the JoinNow wizard.
The Stevens-Guest network is available for all campus visitors via a self-registration portal. A valid email address is required to gain access. Limitations will be applied to bandwidth and web-surfing. Registration for devices on this network must be renewed daily.
This wireless network is available for devices not compatible with Stevens-Net. Typical devices are personal devices including smart-TVs, google home and other media devices.
For users traveling, Eduroam provides per-user, per-session encrypted network access for visitors from participating institutions, without the need to gain guest credentials on arrival at an Eduroam enabled location. The Eduroam JoinNow wizard must be completed to gain access.
The University supports automated configuration utilizing Stevens-Connect. Devices running any of the latest supported operating systems below should connect:
Android devices running version 4.0 or newer.
Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)
macOS Mojave, Catalina, and Big Sur
Microsoft Windows 8.1 and 10
Newest Linux builds
If your device is running an unsupported operating system, we recommend that you upgrade to the latest operating system version to ensure a smooth, stable connection to Stevens WiFi and reduce exposure to security risks.
Please review our Wi-Fi services page for detailed instructions.
If you are still having issues, please submit a ticket, visit TRAC (located near the entrance of the Library) or contact IT Client Support Services at [email protected].
Stevens-Net and Eduroam use WPA2-AES to encrypt data between your wireless device and the Stevens-Net wireless access point. The use of SSH or SSL protocols encrypts data between client and server. These protocols provide an encrypted connection across both the wireless and wired networks from your device to the destination server. When you connect to web sites with secure connections (https:// in the web address), you have reasonable assurances that your connection is encrypted with SSL. However, since wireless connections are more vulnerable to malicious interventions than wired connections, please be mindful of sensitive information you could transmit while using a wireless connection. If you visit websites that requiring a login name, password, or credit card information, please be aware that the potential exists for sensitive information to be intercepted.
Need IT Support?
Get support through our self help resources, contacting IT support or visiting TRAC.