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How do I connect to the wireless network?

Last Updated: May 02, 2017  |  465 Views

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For KSU faculty, staff, and students:

Please select the device and use the guidelines below to get you connected to KSU Wifi:

Note: Windows Wireless Manager must be enabled and any third-party wireless managers should be disabled.

For KSU Guests

  • Select KSUGuest from the list of available wireless networks.
  • Enter "kennesaw" as security key.
  • Open a web browser.
  • Login with your email address.
  • You are now connected to the WiFi network.

Note: Guests have limited bandwidth, will only be able to access the Network between 6am and midnight, and are restricted to Internet connectivity through a web browser.

KSU Network Support

If you are having problems accessing KSU Network, make sure to check the system and browser requirements. Or contact the Service Desk:

Faculty/Staff: Service Desk at 470-578-6999 or email
Students: Student Service Desk at 470-578-3555 or email

For more information about KSU wireless, visit the UITS's website at

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