Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015 Views: 14287
NUS students and staff can access wifi via the NUS wireless network in NUS Libraries. For help on how to set this up on iPad, iPhones, androids or laptops etc please refer to the NUS Wireless Network configuration eguides offered by NUS Computer Centre. Signal strength may vary at different locations, for more assistance please contact NUS Computer Centre ITCare.
Access to Wireless@SG has ceased as of 3 Dec 2013.
Alternatively, NUS supports EduRoam.
"eduroam, or EDUcation ROAMing, is a WiFi (Wireless LAN) roaming arrangement among member institutions around the world. With eduroam, students and staff of a member institution, can make use of the credentials provided by their home institution to log on to the WiFi of another institution which is also a member of eduroam."
So you may be able to access wiFi if you belong to a institution which is also a member of eduroam.
For more information see http://www.nus.edu.sg/comcen/eduroam/index.html
If you encounter any problem in using the eduroam service, please contact NUS IT Care at +65 65162080.
For NUS Alumni
Please visit this faq page for more information on how to access wifi in the campuses of NUS.
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