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Rowan Network and Personal Computers: Getting Started

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RowanWiFi is the easiest way to get your personal device online on campus.

To connect to RowanWiFi:

    1. Select RowanWiFi from your available networks on campus
    2. Log in with your Rowan NetID and password

For detailed instructions, please see: Rowan WiFi - Connect Your Computer

Visitors at Rowan University may also access basic internet services through the RowanWiFi network by simply connecting to the network and accepting the terms of use.

Visit go.rowan.edu/wifi for more information.

RowanSecure for Internal Network Resources

Faculty, staff and students requiring access to internal Rowan Network resources on a personal computer will need to connect to the RowanSecure wireless network. In order to connect to RowanSecure, you'll need to make sure 802.1X is enabled and have up to date antivirus software on your computer in order to meet Rowan's security requirements.  

You'll also need to install OnGuard, which is the gatekeeper to RowanSecure and ensures that computers, tablets and other devices meet certain security requirements, like updated antivirus software, before connecting to RowanSecure.

Wired Connections

If you are connecting a personal computer to the wired network you will need to make sure 802.1X is enabled and have up to date antivirus software on your computer in order to meet Rowan's security requirements.  

You'll also need to install OnGuard, which ensures that computers meet certain security requirements, like updated antivirus software, before gaining access to the wired network.

How Do I Connect My Personal Computer to the Rowan Network?

Click on the link for your operating system and follow the instructions: 

See Also:

Connect a Gaming Console or Entertainment Device to the Rowan Network

If you have any questions or need help, please contact the Technology Support Center at 856-256-4400 or submit a ticket in the IRT Support Portal.