Wi-Fi access available on campus for remote learning

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Wi-Fi access available on campus for remote learning

The university has created maps for City (pictured) and East campuses, showing zones that offer spillover Wi-Fi access.
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The university has created maps for City (pictured) and East campuses, showing zones that offer spillover Wi-Fi access.

University of Nebraska–Lincoln students seeking Wi-Fi access to engage in remote learning for the remainder of the spring semester have on-campus options, including limited indoor spaces and multiple outdoor spaces on campus.

Maps highlighting areas with robust Wi-Fi spillover on City and East campus is available here. Parking lots within the highlighted map areas would allow for internet access on campus without having to leave a personal vehicle.

The university is also offering limited indoor spaces that are being monitored by the University Police Department. Those spaces, all which can be accessed via a valid NCard, include:

  • Adele Coryell Hall Learning Commons, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., weekdays. Includes some common-space computers available for use;

  • Nebraska Union first floor computer lab, accessible by west entrance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; and

  • Nebraska East Union, second floor accessible by south entrance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.