Wireless Network Information

Modified on Wed, 10 Aug 2022 at 03:35 PM

About the Network

The wireless network at Lesley is a centrally managed wireless network that offers a/n/ac connectivity to users in many locations across all three campuses. We offer a secured wireless environment for the convenience of our students, faculty, and staff. All networks require a Lesley username and password to gain access. 

The wireless network in the residence halls is intended as an enhancement, not a replacement of the high speed hardwired networking infrastructure already in place for students. Usage is intended to support web browsing, instant messaging, mylesley, and other web services commonly used for furthering their education while here. High bandwidth applications such as gaming and streaming are supported, however we highly encourage the use of our wired network for better performance.

Available Networks:


  • This network is default and the most secure WiFi network on campus. Eduroam allows students, faculty and staff from participating institutions to obtain Internet connectivity across campus and when visiting other participating institutions by simply opening their laptop.
  • Information on eduroam can be found at https://support.lesley.edu/a/solutions/articles/4000151049

Lesley WiFi:

  • This network is intended to be used by Guests who are visiting Lesley.
  • This network is also intended to be used to download the eduroam installer for your device.

Lesley Devices:

How To Get Started

For detailed instructions on connecting to our wireless network, please click Here


Printing on the wireless for students and guests is only available in the labs using Web Print. More information on using Web Print can be found here. We do not allow wireless printers on the wireless network.

Access for Visitors & Guests
Any Lesley faculty, staff member or student may sponsor a guest.  For detailed instructions on guest sponsorship, please click Here.

Privacy & Security
By its very nature, a wireless network is not as private and secure as the wired network we have in our offices, labs, and residence halls. The information you send across the wireless network travels through the air as radio waves and may be intercepted by anyone with the right tools.

Information Technology has taken measures to ensure a reasonable level of security and provide some privacy without making it difficult to use the wireless network. However, it is still up to each individual to protect themselves and their personal information.

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