Catholic University provides wireless networks for use by members of the campus community and their guests.
- CUA-SECURE is a wireless network for university students, faculty and staff only. This network requires you to login with your Cardinal Credentials, and provides access to the Internet and University systems and services. This wireless network provides the best performance.
- CUA-GUEST is a wireless network for guest access. This network requires a web portal registration during which you to agree to the University's Acceptable Use Policy, and is limited to basic Internet access.
- eduroam is a wireless network for visiting members of the research and education community. This network requires you to login with the credentials of your participating institution, and provides basic Internet access.
Using Campus Wireless Networks
The Wireless Networking Program page describes the available campus wireless networks.
Residential Wireless NetworkingLiving on campus in a residence hall? Please visit our ResNet Network FAQ page for information about getting your devices connected.
Helpful support articles for connecting your device
Learn from your device software maker how to connect to wireless networks:
Apple iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Please view specific instructions for connecting to CUA-SECURE using Android (or Chromebook):
Connecting to CUA-SECURE using Android or ChromeOS
You can use Wi-Fi calling on many smartphones to make calls when cellular coverage is weak: