Augusta University IT extends wireless internet range outdoors

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Augusta University’s Division of Information Technology has extended the wireless internet range for students, faculty and staff.

Greenspace Wireless is an initiative to expand the wireless internet across Augusta University and AU Health System campuses.

Due to the recent pandemic, parking lots were the major focus in response to social distancing guidelines, because the university did not want many people congregating inside. This allows faculty, staff and students who may not have access to wireless internet to join from the comfort and safety of their own cars, or a safe six feet away from others.

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Parking Lots #107 and #108 will have wireless internet.

The expansion is now available in the following locations with the AU-Secure and eduroam networks:

  • Parking lot 14 near the Health Sciences Building
  • Doug Barnard Amphitheatre
  • Parking lots 107 and 108 on the Summerville Campus
  • Parking garage at the Georgia Cyber Center
  • Parking lot at Christenberry Fieldhouse

Learn more about Greenspace Wireless and the range coverage.

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