The SSU-Blue wireless network allows IT-approved devices to connect to the SSU-Blue wireless network that cannot normally connect to SSU-SECURE (e.g, gaming consoles and smart TV's). The SSU-Blue wireless network is only available in the residence halls for actively enrolled students. Access is granted to the SSU-Blue wireless network once per academic year and will need to be renewed after the end of each spring term.
Please review the list of unsupported devices at the top of the Networks, WiFi page before submitting a request.
To request access to the SSU-Blue wireless network, please fill out the SSU-Blue Activation service request form (Seawolf ID required).
You will receive an email to your SSU email account once your request is approved. Follow the instructions in the approval email to connect to the SSU-Blue wireless network. You will not need to enter a username or password.
SSU-Blue Support Policy
Sonoma State University Information Technology will make a best-effort to support student devices on the SSU-Blue wireless network.
Students can expect a maximum of 15 megabit download speed and 3 megabit upload speed. SSU IT validates wireless network performance using SSU networking devices. Personal devices that fail to reach these speeds while the network is otherwise performing as expected, are not under the purview of IT support.
When tested with SSU networking devices, if wireless service is consistent with the established standards of a maximum of 15 megabit download speed and 3 megabit upload speed, and your device is not meeting these standards, we will recommend replacing your personal device with a different model or device.
SSU IT cannot support all possible devices and reserves the right to deny access to the SSU-Blue wireless network. A list of known unsupported devices is available at the top of the Networks, WiFi page.