NYU-NET is NYU's campus-wide, Internet-connected network of computers, computer-related equipment, and information resources. Underlying NYU-NET is a collection of hardware, software, operating procedures, and policies that define and manage how NYU-based computers connect to each other and to the Internet.
There are a variety of ways to connect to NYU-NET, from both on and off campus, at all NYU global locations. Explore the pages linked below for more information and instructions.
The Wireless (NYURoam) service provides secure, wireless access to NYU's network, NYU-NET at virtually all NYU locations.
ResNet (Residential Networking) provides wired network connectivity of computers and other devices within student residence halls.
eduroam is a service that allows NYU community members to connect to WiFi at other participating educational institutions using their NetID and password, or for visitors to NYU to connect to NYU's wireless network using their credentials from their home institution.
NYU-NET is NYU's network (offices, labs, classrooms, and public spaces) for on-campus networks and access to the Internet.
VPN (Virtual Private Network) is software that provides password-protected access to NYU's network (NYU-NET) and Internet services from an off-campus location.