- The main campus wireless network, tamulink-wpa, is available to affiliated users. *(Changing May 13, 2020)
- Former students, community users, and other non-affiliated patrons can connect to the TAMU_Visitor network at certain locations on campus, including the Libraries.
- Patrons from a participating Eduroam institution can connect to the eduroam network.
- Guests to the University with departmental sponsorship can connect to either the TAMU_Visitor or tamulink-guest network, depending on location.
Instructions for connecting to these networks can be found in the IT Knowledge Base. Please contact Helpdesk Central (979.845.8300) for help with connection issues.
WPA No More: tamulink-wpa is now TAMU_WiFi
The Division of Information Technology will change the name and SSID of Texas A&M's wireless internet from tamulink-wpa to TAMU_WiFi on May 13. The old name is outdated and many were confused by the term "WPA." The new name mirrors the name of our other wireless option (TAMU_Visitor).
On May 13, you will see the option to connect to TAMU_WiFi from your wireless devices. Once selected, you will log in with your NetID and password as usual. You can continue using tamulink-wpa through June 13 as both options will remain available.
Eduroam will not be affected by this change and will remain a wireless option.
For help connecting to the new TAMU WiFi, view step-by-step instructions.
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