Madison College Technology Services recommends all Students, Faculty and Staff connect to the MC-Secure wireless network when using personal computers and devices on-campus.
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General guidelines. Depending on the device, you may need to select other options under CA certificate or install any pending updates first. Nook and Kindle Fire users also use Android setup guide.
Select Wi-Fi settings in the settings menu. Select MC-Secure. Choose the Forget option. You can then re-add MC-Secure.
Open the Settings and choose the General option. Select the Profile option. Click remove for MC-Secure. Then you can re-add MC-Secure.
Open Network Preferences and select Wi-Fi, then Advanced. Select MC-Secure, then click the - button to remove it.
Open Settings - Network & Internet. Manage Wi-Fi Settings. Select MC-Secure and select Forget.
Most computers already have the required certificate. If needed, click the Certificates tab for more information.
Users who do not have Madison Area Technical College accounts may be able to access the wireless systems using "MC Guest" wireless.
Faculty and staff - Contact the Technology Services Help Desk.
eduroam is a secure worldwide federated network access service developed for the international research and education community.
Madison College is a member of eduroam, so you can use your Madison College credentials at any eduroam-enabled school and get instant network connectivity. This also means visitors from participating schools can get wireless network connectivity at Madison College campuses.