Wired & Wireless

Wired Network

With the exception of the St. Ignatius chapel, all buildings on campus have locations containing wired network jacks including common areas, classrooms, offices, labs, and student rooms. The off-campus location of James Tower also has wired network connectivity. A network patch cable is required to connect to any wired network jack.

Accessing the Wired Network

Students, faculty, and staff can access the wired network via campus computer labs, or by connecting to wired network jacks in labs, classrooms, offices, and student rooms.

Wireless Networks

ITS provides secure wireless network service in all campus buildings except for the St. Ignatius Chapel. There are two 
wireless networks available: SU-secure and SU-visitor. See below for more information on each of these wireless networks and how to use them.


Used By: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Alumni do not have access to SU-Secure after they graduate.
How to Access: Please see the following guide for access instructions: Wireless Network-Connect to SU-secure
Allowed devices: Computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones. 


Used By: University Guests, Alumni
How to Access: Please see the following guide for access instructions: Connecting to SU-visitor
Allowed devices: Computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones.

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Contact the Service Desk

Service Desk

Located on the 3rd Floor, Lemieux Library

Open Monday – Friday, 8am to 6pm


Remote & Self-Service

The Self-Service Portal has an easy-to-search knowledge base, and you can open a support ticket based on your specific request.  You can also view the status of your tickets.


Servicedesk@seattleu.edu or (206) 296-5571

Monday – Friday, 7:30am to 5pm

Saturday – Sunday, 9am to 4pm


Visit the IT Services website for quick start guides, download links, and more.