Internet access is available to Stockton users. Click below for information on how to connect your devices to the Stockton network.
Wireless Network Access
You can initially connect your laptop or mobile device(s) to the internet from campus using Stockton-Wireless.
Upon opening your browser, you'll see a Stockton University Wireless Access notice. Read the "Acceptable Usage Standards of Computing and Communication Technology", then select I accept Stockton University's Acceptable Use Standards and click on Submit. The system will provide you with unlimited access to the Internet. After 12 hours you will have to follow these steps again to regain access to the Internet.
To set up a permanent connection using Stockton-Secure-Wireless, select it from the list of available connections and enter your goStockton Portal username and password. For more information on how to connect to Stockton’s wireless network, refer to the links below.
For help, call 652-4309 or send e-mail to Helpdesk@stockton.edu
Students residing on campus are able to connect to Stockton's LAN which will provide them with very fast access to the Internet (You’ll need an Ethernet cable) Also, wireless access is available in the main academic complex.
Stockton has undergone significant improvements to both the wired and wireless network infrastructure. These changes make it possible to support increased bandwidth consumption in the academic complex, as well as in the residential communities. As a result, support for a variety of gaming consoles and entertainment devices is now available for residential students.
Students are reminded that the illegal downloading of music and video files is a violation of theAcceptable Usage Standards of Computing and Communication Technology and Federal copyright law.
Gaming & Media Devices
Students living on campus are able to connect their game consoles and media streaming devices to the network by using Stockton's self managed device registration system, NetReg.
Below, you will find instructions for locating the MAC address for various devices that can be registered on the network.
For additional support, please visit, call, or email the Computer Services Help Desk at (609) 652-4309 or firstname.lastname@example.org.