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ResNet in the Resident Halls
Before students can access the Resident Network in their dorms, they must register their computer on the network.
Students must register their computers on the Resident Network by going to resnetreg.slu.edu and following the instructions. This registration can be completed at home before coming to campus. Once the registration is complete, the student will be able to access the Internet via an Ethernet connection.
Please note, while Gaming consoles are allowed in the Residence Halls, they are not allowed on the wireless network at this time. ITS and SGA are working together to have a better solution for gamers on campus.
Looking for more help? Download the step-by-step instructions for the registration process.
Not enough jacks? If you live in Fusz Hall, Marchetti Towers (East and West), or Marguerite Hall, there may not be enough wall jacks for each student. Students living in these residence halls can borrow a mini hub from the Student Service Desk in Busch Student Center (Room 137) for one school year. The mini-hubs must be returned at the end of the school year or the student will be charged $50.