For information about how to access these WiFI networks at York University, please select from the following:
What is it?
Who is it for?
|eduroam provides wireless Internet access to York community members and to visitors from eduroam-member institutions. eduroam provides improved security, performance, convenience and mobility. It is available in all the same locations as AirYorkPLUS.||At York, the eduroam service is available to visitors from an eduroam-participating institution. Current students, faculty and staff of York University may access eduroam while visiting other eduroam-participating institutions.|
|AirYorkPLUS provides wireless Internet access to York community members featuring improved security, performance, convenience and mobility.||AirYorkPLUS is for current students, faculty and staff that use Passport York login for their daily academic online activities at York University.|
|AirYorkGUEST provides casual visitors to the University with Wi-Fi Internet access. AirYorkGUEST also provides Wi-Fi network access to devices which do not have a web browser (e.g. barcode scanners, mobile printers, etc.). AirYorkGUEST is available in all the same locations as AirYorkPLUS.||AirYorkGUEST is for people that come on to campus and need internet service in a guest capacity, similar to being at a public library, coffee shop or a fast food restaurant. AirYorkGUEST cannot be used by the community that normally uses either eduroam or AirYorkPLUS.|
|Wi-Fi-Info provides free access to information about Wi-Fi services available at York.||Anyone on campus seeking information about Wi-Fi Internet access at York University.|
To ensure optimal performance of your Wi-Fi connection, please consult our recommendations on choosing a Wi-Fi client device.
Any other wireless networks available on campus at York are not supported by UIT and should be avoided.
Please note, while connected to WiFi-Info, some links may not be active and will be redirected back to this page. For further information, please direct questions to the UIT helpdesk: call 416-736-5800, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please report Wi-Fi issues by completing the form below: