Current Adobe users need to download their Adobe files to their university OneDrive by June 1, 2023 to avoid lost data or assets.Learn more about the Adobe transition
As a member of the university community, you have access to internal and external resources for securely connecting to the university network. OIT supports both wi-fi and cellular coverage on campus. With your laptop, tablet, or mobile device you can access the Secure Wireless Network (labeled CU Denver or CU Anschutz) or Guest Wireless Network (CU Denver Guest or CU Anschutz Guest) while on campus or at our off-campus locations. Both networks will require a certificate acceptance however, for access to the Secure Wireless Network you must use your university credentials - username and password.
If you continue having connection issues, please contact the OIT Service Desk for troubleshooting assistance. As a reminder, if you are not on campus and require access to university resources, use the virtual private network (VPN) and remote desktop access options.
OIT's Enterprise Network & Hosting team is busy updating the wi-fi equipment in many buildings across campus. Here are the updates you need to be aware of as they impact users in these buildings.
There are no expected wi-fi outages during this upgrade process, but we understand that the network may be strained during upgrade installation.
Affected Buildings in Order of Service as of May 2023:
Important Changes for Users:
Use this network when available
This network will be deprecated
If you're struggling to connect, here are some steps to take to resolve the issue.
Some newer Android devices may not have the option to set Phase 2 Authentication to 'none'. In that situation set Phase 2 Authentication to 'MSCHAPV2'.
Google Pixel (Android Device)
Select your device and try the steps below.
PC running Windows 8 & 10:
Mac OS 10:
7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m., M - Th
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., Fri