Access Full Sail Campus Wi-Fi

Active Students: You can now access the on-campus Wi-Fi network (FS-Student) using your Full Sail username and password. In addition to your laptop, you can connect your mobile device such as a phone or tablet. 

Graduates: Please connect to FS-Alumni using the same instructions.

  


 

Connect Your Mac  

1. Click the Wi-Fi symbol (wifi.png) in the upper-right corner and select the network called "FS-Student."

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2. Enter the first part of your Full Sail email address as your username. (for example: jsmith without @fullsail.edu) The password is the same one you use for Connect.

(Remember: Your password is case sensitive and must include at least 1 special character. If you encounter an error, you will need to double-check your username and password and try again. If you continue to have trouble, you may want to reset your password.)

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  If you encounter a Verify Certificate window, select "Show Certificate" then check the "Always Trust" box and Continue.  

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3. Any time you are on campus, your Mac will connect automatically.

 


 

Connect Your Windows Device  

1. Click the Wi-Fi symbol in the corner of your taskbar and select the network called "FS-Student."

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2. Keep the "Connect automatically" box checked and click "Connect."

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3. Enter the first part of your Full Sail email address as your username. (for example: jsmith without @fullsail.edu) Enter the same password you use for Connect. Then click OK.

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  Remember: Your password is case sensitive and must include at least 1 special character. If you encounter an error, you will need to double-check your username and password and try again. If you continue to have trouble, you may want to reset your password.

 

4. After you have successfully signed in, the network will show "Connected, secured." Any time you are on campus, your device will connect automatically.

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Connect Your iPhone or iPad  

1. Open the Settings app. 

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2. Select Wi-Fi.

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3. Select the network called "FS-Student." 

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4. Enter the first part of your Full Sail email address as your Username. (for example: jsmith without @fullsail.edu) Enter the same password you use for Connect. Select "Join" to continue.

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  Remember: Your password is case sensitive and must include at least 1 special character. If you encounter an error, you will need to double-check your username and password and try again. If you continue to have trouble, you may want to reset your password.

 

5. If you encounter a certificate message, select Trust.

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6. Any time you are on campus, your device will connect automatically.

 

  


 

Connect Your Android Phone or Tablet  

1. Open the Settings app. 

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2. Select Wi-Fi.

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3. Select the network called "FS-Student." 

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4. Your Identity/Username is the first part of your Full Sail email address (for example: jsmith without @fullsail.edu) and the password is the same as Connect.

Outside of your Identity and Password, you do not need to enter any other settings. Just tap checkbox.jpg to continue.

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  Remember: Your password is case sensitive and must include at least 1 special character. If you encounter an "Authentication problem," you will need to double-check your username and password and try again. If you continue to have trouble, you may want to reset your password.

 

5. After you have successfully signed in, the network will show "Connected." Any time you are on campus, your device will connect automatically.

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Remove an Old Network From Your Preferred Networks  

1. Click on the Apple icon in the top left corner of your screen and select System Preferences

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2. Click on the Network icon. 

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3. Select Wi-Fi from the left menu bar and then click on Advanced

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4. Select the Wi-Fi network that you no longer use, and then click the minus button to remove it. 

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