Internet Access & Student Technology Services
Learn about internet access and Student Technology Services on campus.
Units 1, 2, 3, Foothill, Stern, Clark Kerr, Martinez Commons, Channing-Bowditch, Jackson House, Manville
Wi-Fi access is provided throughout the residence halls. Eduroam is the recommended Wi-Fi network for students. To connect to Eduroam, you will first need to create a login key. Find instructions at https://technology.berkeley.edu/wi-fi.
If you require an Ethernet (wired) network port, you can submit a request to activate a port. To be eligible, you need to have a device that only has a wired connection, or its wireless adapter is unable to connect to Enterprise WPA2 networks (e.g. gaming consoles); AND it is compatible with the campus network. You may also request a wired network port if wireless reception in your unit is too weak for your devices to reliably connect over WiFi.
To submit a port activation request, complete this form.
Student Technology Services provides tech support and resources to all graduate and undergraduate students. If you are experiencing any network or technical issues, by phone at 510-642-HELP(4357) or by email at email@example.com. For more information about Student Technology Services services and resources, visit studenttech.berkeley.edu.
Blackwell, Bowles, Garden Village, International House, New Sequoia, Panoramic, and Panoramic San Francisco.
Internet services in the affiliate apartments are not managed by campus IT services. For assistance or troubleshooting in these locations, please contact your on-site staff for assistance.
Students living in University-owned housing will receive all telephone service through ORCA.
Our residence halls provide extensive academic services to residents, including tutoring, peer advising, and faculty programs. Our academic centers are fitted with computer workstations, printers, study spaces, and such technology as faxing, copying, and headphones.