Campus Living & Learning realizes technology plays a crucial role in residents' success at Baylor. The Residential Technology Support Center (RTSC) is a great resource for residents with technology questions. The ResTech staff is composed of Residential Technology Assistant (RTAs) who are Baylor students trained to assist residents with their technology needs.
On Campus Network
AirBear - WiFi
AirBear WPA2 is Baylor University's on-campus wireless network. All students and faculty can access this network with their Bear ID (First Name
) and password. All residence halls can access AirBear from anywhere in the building, including student rooms.
Set up computer - Click Here
Set up mobile device - Click Here
ResNet - Wired Ethernet
Anti-Virus Software Required:
Yes (Windows Only)
All residence halls have ResNet ethernet wired network. Rooms include one ethernet jack per resident. To connect, plug the device into the yellow ethernet jack, navigate to www.baylor.edu and register the computer on the network. Students who have a Windows operating system must have a valid anti-virus software installed to register their device on the network.
The residence halls have basic cable available for residents in student rooms. Residents will need to provide their own coaxial cable and television. For a list of current channels provided on campus please click here
Connecting Internet Devices
Supported Device List
Students are allowed to register up to 5 unique internet devices using the wired ResNet ethernet connection. Residents will need to find and register the MAC address of their internet device. As long as the device can connect to a wired ethernet connection of is listed below, the link above can be used to register the device for accessing the internet.
You must be connected to Baylor's network to register an internet device.
Internet Device Examples
- Gaming Devices (Xbox, Playstation, Wii)
- Internet Streaming Devices (Apple TV, Roku)
- Smart Televisions
- Smart DVD Players