UMass Amherst IT is committed to expanding wireless network coverage on campus. We started with classrooms and open spaces and moved on to administrative and academic buildings and residence halls. Wireless Coverage Expansion Project | Wireless in Residence Halls Installation Project
There is full wireless coverage in all areas of these buildings.
Academic & Administrative Buildings
Residence Halls & Family Housing
As of Spring 2013, all residence halls and Lincoln Apartments have been equipped with state-of-the art wireless Internet access. Wired Ethernet connections are not available in these buildings.
Orchard Hill Area
North Residential Area
Commonwealth Honors College Area
North Village family housing has a high-speed Wired Ethernet connection. There is no IT-supported wireless internet connection.
The wireless network covers most publicly-scheduled classrooms and high-traffic areas in the buildings listed below.
All UMass Dining Commons and many eateries on campus feature wireless coverage in all seating areas.
- Berkshire Dining Commons
- Cafe Telesai
- Franklin Dining Commons
- Grad Lounge
- Greenough Snack Bar
- Hampden Dining Commons
- Hampshire Commons
- The Hatch
- Whitmore Cafeteria
- Worcester Dining Commons
Wireless is available outside, near these buildings.
- Arnold House
- Computer Science Building
- Draper Hall
- Duda Lab
- Garber Field
- Hasbrouck Lab
- Lederle Graduate Research Center
- Marcus Hall
- McGuirk Alumni Stadium (Press Box only)
- Paige Lab
- Rudd Field
- Totman Gym
- West Experiment Station
The Design Center at 7 Elm St. in Springfield MA has full IT-provided wireless network coverage that functions the same as on-campus wireless.