How To Connect
Wi-Fi is available in most UCLA Library buildings. The networks eduroam and UCLA_WIFI require a UCLA Logon ID, while UCLA_WEB is unrestricted. UCLA subscription databases can be accessed on all three networks while on campus.
Most areas in Library buildings are within coverage of UCLA wireless networks. For more information about connecting to Wi-Fi on campus, please visit UCLA IT Support Center's wireless network access page(opens in a new tab).
What You'll Need
To use the wireless network, you'll need:
- A valid UCLA Logon and password (for eduroam and UCLA_WIFI)
- A built-in wireless Internet antenna or wireless adapter
Where to Get Help
UCLA wireless network support is provided by the IT Support Center(opens in a new tab). Their website provides troubleshooting tips and details about who to contact for help.
Eduroam(opens in a new tab) is a global roaming wireless service for higher education. If your device is set up to use the eduroam network at UCLA, you can connect to eduroam at any participating institution(opens in a new tab).
Wireless Network Access Knowledge BaseMore information from Campus IT services on how to connect to Wi-Fi.
UCLA Wireless Campus MapShows Wi-Fi coverage areas both on and off UCLA campus.
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