For help connecting to NUwave:
What is NUwave?
NUwave is Northeastern University’s secured wireless internet service.
What do I need to connect to NUwave?
Besides a computer with a wireless card, students will need their myNEU credentials (username and password) to connect to NUwave.
Where can I access NUwave?
NUWave is accessible in all academic and administrative buildings on campus, and in all classrooms. By August 15, 2015, all Northeastern-owned residential buildings will have 100% NUwave access. A full list of buildings can be found here.
Why should I use NUwave instead of NUwave-guest?
Northeastern students, faculty, staff and sponsored accounts must use the secure wireless network NUwave, as it protects your network activity. NUwave-guest access is intended for limited guest wireless access only. Traffic over NUwave-guest is NOT encrypted, meaning information like passwords, credit card numbers, and sensitive personal information could be captured by others in the area.
Please note that NUwave offers several advantages:
- It is the secure wireless network on campus
- There is no registration required – simply enter and save your myNEU credentials for easy wireless access
- There is no time limit restriction
I’m a student, and I need help setting up my NUwave connection.
If following the instructions above does not work, you can call the ITS Service Desk at 617.373.4357 (xHELP), or bring your computer to the ResNet Resource Center for further assistance.