Network access

The UMass Dartmouth campus maintains an extensive infrastructure that supports telephone and data networks as well as cable television for the entire campus. Every resident student room as well as faculty/staff offices and classrooms have access to the university network. Every port is active. To leverage this unique configuration the university has deployed a self-registration system that allows users to connect their computers to the network and access the Internet without assistance.

The university offers access to telephone and cable television across the campus. The university also maintains connectivity to the Internet and other UMass campuses including our four satellite sites in New Bedford and Fall River.

Wireless network

The university has also deployed a wireless network that allows faculty, staff and students to connect to the Internet and other campus services in many areas on the main campus. This includes all multimedia classrooms, study areas, cafeterias, the entire Library as well as outdoor green spaces. For more information click on the links below.