Network, Wireless, Phones, TV
All buildings on campus—from academic, to administrative, to residential—are connected by the Michigan Tech data network. Resnet is the data network that connects all Michigan Tech residence halls and apartments. In addition, we manage wireless service which is available to all Michigan Tech students, staff, faculty, and their guests at no charge.
Michigan Tech Wireless
The MichiganTech wireless network (WPA2 secured) is the default wireless network for Michigan Tech students, staff, and faculty.
The University guest wireless service eliminates the need for visitors to register or have a temporary user name/password. This experience is similar to what you typically find in hotels and coffee shops. Our Support Center contains more information on connecting to Michigan Tech wireless.
Premium cable TV service is provided to all students living in residence halls or campus apartment housing.
Michigan Tech IT supports a variety of voice services and systems for the campus community. The services offered include both analog and digital telephone service, voicemail, voice-recognition directory services, as well as local and long distance calling plans. You can find more information on phone service in our Support Center.
Student Phone Service
There are phones available throughout the residence halls in the shared kitchenettes for use by all tenants. Local, domestic, and Canadian long distance calls are free. Voicemail is an included service.
- Wireless Support Center articles
- How to connect to Resnet
- Policy for the Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources
- Standards for the Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources
- Information Security at Michigan Tech
- About Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Filesharing
Phone and Web Conferencing
Information Technology provides phone and web conferencing technology to the campus community, including Zoom and facilities in conference rooms throughout the Michigan Tech campus. We offer training and support in the usage of the campus conference rooms, their computer systems and A/V resources.