The Boston College Wireless Network
The BC wireless network is available in every residence hall, as well as many other locations on campus, including libraries, classrooms, dining halls, and even outdoor common areas. Faculty, staff, students, and guests of Boston College may use the wireless network at BC.
Connecting to BC's wireless
"BostonCollege" is an open, unsecure wireless network that does not encrypt data and is used to connect before connecting to the secure network or for guest access. Information sent across the wireless network using BostonCollege is “in the clear” and others might snoop or intercept data transmitted using this unsecured wireless service.
- Learn how to connect to the unsecure BC wireless network on your laptop, tablet, or other mobile device.
"bcsecure" is a secure wireless network service that offers a much greater degree of privacy and security (BC username and password required). BC faculty, staff, and students are strongly encouraged to use bcsecure.
- Learn how to connect to bcsecure on your laptop, tablet, or other mobile device.
= BC sign-in required
Please call the Technology Help Center at 617-552-HELP (4357).
Read these tips to improve wireless service.