Personally owned device
A personally-owned device such as a laptop, notebook, tablet, smart-phone, or any other wireless-capable device can be used on campus to connect to the unisa wireless network and access learning resources.
Connecting to the unisa wireless network
Students can use their own wireless capable device to connect to the unisa wireless network on any UniSA campus or site, including regional and interstate sites. The unisa wireless network provides access to the external internet and the internal UniSA network.
A Personally Owned Device (POD) is another way to access University learning resources. Please see the following on What is Supported? for more information.
Wireless coverage is available on all UniSA campuses and sites, including regional and interstate sites.
Students can print to any printer that is linked to the appropriate Campus Print Server. All that is needed is to browse the server and double-click the relevant printer to install the driver and connect to the queue.
For further detail about wireless printing, including how to configure wireless printing, what printers you can use and where they are located, please refer to the Wireless Printing FAQs.
The University offers a comprehensive suite of wireless support resources, including instructions detailing how to connect to wireless networks, quick settings, maps detailing wireless coverage, and an explanation of the different wireless networks available on campus and the access they provide, and a list of frequently asked questions.
If you cannot find the information you require in our wireless support resources please contact the IT Help Desk for further assistance.
Mobile Apps (Go Mobile)
There is an extensive suite of purpose-built and commercial apps that can be downloaded to mobile devices from the Universities 'Go Mobile' site (http://m.unisa.edu.au).