Wireless Connectivity

All campuses at Centennial College are equipped with wireless networking.  There are two wireless networks that are available for use: CCwSecure and CCwGuest.

CCwSecure: Registered Students and College Employees

If a registered student, faculty, or staff member (with an active “College network ID”) would like to use the College’s wireless network (while on campus) CCwSecure is the appropriate one.  CCwSecure is a secure network with an encrypted connection. Using this network ensures that users will be able to connect to College resources.

If a College provided computer/equipment is being used, simply go to the devices wireless settings and choose the CCwSecure option.

If a personal computer/device is being used, the user is required to enter their “College network ID” to authenticate the computer/device to CCwSecure. For detailed instructions on authenticating a personal computer/device to CCwSecure, please use the setup reference guides for instructions on setting up CCwSecure wireless on a variety of computing platforms.

CCwSecure Wireless Setup Guides

Android
Apple iOS (iPad, iPod, iPhone)
Blackberry OS 7
MAC OS X
Windows 7

CCwGuest: Visitors, Vendors, and Guests

If a visitor, vendor, or guest wishes to access a wireless network at Centennial College, CCwGuest is the appropriate one. CCwGuest is not secure, as the connection is not encrypted. This network will provide access to the Internet and limited access to College resources. Users on this network will not be able to access College network drives or other internal College content.

Regardless of whether a computer/device is College provided or personal, anyone using this network will be required to read and accept the terms of the use.

For detailed instructions on how to connect to CCwGuest, please use the setup reference guides for instructions on setting up CCwGuest wireless on a variety of computing platforms.

CCwGuest Wireless Setup Guides

Android
Apple iOS (iPad, iPod, iPhone)
Blackberry OS 7
MAC OS X
Windows 7