Wireless network (Wi-Fi)

Student Wifi Configuration (MAC)

  1. Click the wireless icon on the right side of the top toolbar.
  2. Click the option JOIN OTHER NETWORK.
  3. Type in the network name, OW_Student (cap sensitive)
  4. For security type, select WPA2-ENTERPRISE
  5. Go back
  6. You are now asked to login, use your network credentials. ( the same way you log into any computer on campus or angel)
  7. One more window will pop up about the certificate, click ACCEPT.

Student Wifi Configuration (Windows 7)

  • This article is intended to be used to configure Windows 7 Wireless Network Connections for Students
  • Students must have access to their OLDWESTBURY network accounts. (the way you would log into any computer on campus, or angel.)
  1. Click the Wireless Network Connection icon that is located in the system tray (to the right of the Start Menu on the Windows Taskbar)
  2. Click OPEN NETWORK AND SHARING.
  3. Click SET UP A NEW CONNECTION
  4. Click MANUALY CONNECT TO A WIRELESS NETWORK.

Faculty Wifi Configuration (MAC)

  1. Click the wireless icon on the right side of the top toolbar.
  2. Click the option JOIN OTHER NETWORK.
  3. Type in the network name, OW_Secure1 (cap sensitive)
  4. For security type, select WPA2-ENTERPRISE
  5. Go back
  6. You are now asked to login, use your network credentials. ( the same way you log into any computer on campus or angel)
  7. One more window will pop up about the certificate, click ACCEPT.

Faculty Wifi Configuration (Windows 7)

  • This article is intended to be used to configure Windows 7 Wireless Network Connections for Faculty and Staff.
  • Faculty and Staff must have access to their OLDWESTBURY network accounts.
  1. Click the Wireless Network Connection icon that is located in the system tray (to the right of the Start Menu on the Windows Taskbar)
  2. Click OPEN NETWORK AND SHARING.
  3. Click SET UP A NEW CONNECTION
  4. Click MANUALY CONNECT TO A WIRELESS NETWORK.
  5. For the network name type in OW_Secure1  (cap sensitive)

Wireless Network

I'm coming to the College and would like to know which devices would work best? 

  • When shopping for a device for school, look for a product that uses the 802.11ac WiFi standard.  This will work best with our campus WiFi.  At this time we do not recommend Chromebooks for use on campus.

In all other campus buildings the following applies;