Network & Security

Wireless Connections

Connecting to CUWireless (Secure Connection)

CUWireless is an encrypted and authenticated wireless network for use by students, faculty, staff, and registered guests.  CUWireless is the only wireless connection that allows full access to all servers and services within Creighton.  You must have a BLUE account to log on and connect to this network.  You can find directions for your specific operating system below.  (We are updating documentation, so some items may refer to older networks and security certificates - if you need assistance, please contact the Service Desk at 402-280-1111)

Windows 8 Instructions [pdf]
Windows 7 Instructions [pdf]
Windows Vista

Instructions [pdf]

Windows XP-SP3 Instructions [pdf]
Mac OS 10.7 (Lion) Instructions [pdf]
Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) Instructions [pdf]
iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)

Instructions [pdf]

Android Devices Coming Soon

Windows Phone

Instructions (pdf)

Connecting to CUGuest (unsecure) 

This network is not encrypted and does not require authentication, though it is firewalled from servers and services at Creighton that are not web based.  For example, you should still be able to access the NEST or Blueline, though you will not be able to connect to Albatross (file server).  CUGuest is the preferred mechanism for temporary guest access directly to the Internet.

To connect to CUGuest, simply select the SSID "CUGuest" from your device's list of available networks.  As long as your device is 802.11a/b/g/n capable, it should be able to connect.

Gaming Consoles

DoIT has a solution to get your gaming console on our wireless network. You will need to connect your gaming devices via CULegacy.

To gain access to CULegacy, you need to provide the Service Desk with your gaming console's MAC address. Please contact the Service Desk for further information.

If you are having issues with the ability of your console to connect to the Internet, please contact the Service Desk and we will attempt to diagnose the problem. Many times, as console manufactures update their hardware the newer models are not in our automatic exemption database.