Notes about connecting to the UCCS-Guest wireless network
If you have a UCCS username and password you should connect to the UCCS-Wireless network.

If you have first connected to UCCS-Guest and then registered for a guest username and password for connecting to the UCCS-Wireless wireless network, you can then go ahead and connect to the UCCS-Wireless network.

If you are visiting from an eduroam participating institution, you can connect to the eduroam wireless network.

Step 1: Open Settings

Tap the settings gear to open the settings windows. This may be on your home screen or in the app drawer.

Step 2: Select Wireless Settings

Tap the Wi-Fi option to access your wireless settings.

Step 3: Connect to UCCS-Guest

Select the UCCS-Guest network and click connect.
Your device should open a new window that takes you to the UCCS-Guest network captive portal.

Step 4: Connect via Single Click Access

For temporary guest access, under the Single Click Access section, you will click the I agree to the Terms and Conditions button.  After clicking, the window should close and you will have internet access.


Your device should now be connected to UCCS-Guest.


Private MAC Addresses

Problem:  Some devices may encounter a problem connecting to the any UCCS's wireless networks (UCCS-Wireless, UCCS-Guest or eduroam) with Private Addresses turned on.

Solution: Many devices have updated their OS to include an option to randomize the MAC address of the device.  You must turn off the option in settings to connect to the network.

Turn Off Private Addresses(MAC) Private

Still having problems? Please contact the OIT Service Desk.

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