SMC WiFi - Wireless
|Wireless network computing is available in Academic, office and public areas. The wireless network offers mobile computer user most of the computing services available through the wired network, without the restraints of a network cable or the need for a nearby jack.||The Service Manager for wireless is Kevin Freels.
Please contact him at extension 4835 or email him with any questions, comments etc.
SMC WiFi is the wireless network that is offered on central campus including, but not limited to the library, Oliver Hall, classroom, and other public areas throughout campus.
In addition to central campus, SMC WiFi is also available to those who work at the Rheem Campus
All Saint Mary's College residence hall rooms are equipped with high-speed data connections to the Internet. In addition to Internet access, students in residence halls can also access the St. Mary's network.
Who will use this service?
Students, staff, and faculty
Please note that the SMC WiFi network is not meant to be used for instructional purposes. In class, students and faculty will use the wired network.
Type of Service
Connectivity: You will find that the wireless network normally operates at slower speeds than the wired system – and the more it's being used in a particular area, the slower it may be. If you have a portable computer, we recommend that you use a standard wired connection when available because it will provide higher performance and better security. Also, you are discouraged from using or accessing any service that requires high amounts of bandwidth on the wireless network, which could slow performance for others using it in the same area. You should be considerate of other users and refrain from engaging in data-intensive operations, like uploading large files or streaming video.
Accounts: As a student, faculty, and staff of Saint Mary’s College of California all you need to have is your username and password for your Saint Mary's Account to gain access to the wi-fi available to you