Set up campus Wi-Fi on Android device
Posted by Joshua Garner, Last modified by Joshua Garner on September 04, 2020 10:04 AM
The following article will walk you through the setup of the campus Wifi on your Android phone or tablet.
First, open the "Settings" app on your device.
Tap on "Connections".
Tap on "Wi-Fi".
Tap on "nsula".
Configuring this properly is imperative to successfully logging into the "nsula" network. Perform the following steps:
1. Under "EAP method", at the top, tap on the drop-down and select "PEAP".
2. Tap on "CA certificate", and select "Don't validate". A warning message might appear, but you can ignore it and move on.
3. Enter your account credentials (same account you use for other NSU functions like your email, Microsoft Office products, and MyNSU) in the blanks provided. You can format your username with or without "@nsula.edu" at the end.
4. Tap "Connect". Ensuring "Auto reconnect" is turned on will ensure you don't have to manually sign into the Wi-Fi every time you come to campus.
After a few moments, your device should successfully connect to the campus Wi-Fi network.
NOTE: It seems that on some older Android devices, a "Phase 2 authentication" will show after this step. If it does, choose the MSCHAPv2 option.
If you experience issues upon following these instructions, feel free to create a support request at support.nsula.edu, and one of our staff will be happy to assist you. If you need any assistance or more information regarding support request, check out our article on requesting support here: https://support.nsula.edu/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/111/52/requesting-support.