Pepperdine Wireless Network
Pepperdine University has wired and wireless networking capabilities in most areas of all its Southern California campuses. The wireless network provides the features and benefits of a traditional network without the limitations of wires or cables. It gives students the freedom to move around the campus while maintaining an active Internet connection. Students can conduct research, download homework, and check email whenever they are in a wireless location.
Locations - What Area is Best for WiFi?
All Pepperdine classrooms, labs, and residence halls have wireless network access at the Malibu campus and all graduate campuses in Southern California. View tips on how to improve coverage in the residence halls.
Access - Get Connected
The Pepperdine Wireless Network is accessed using a Pepperdine NetworkID and password. To learn how to register your computer for access to the wireless network, go to: Network and Internet Access.
Rules of Wireless
Wireless Printers and Personal Access Points are Prohibited
Wireless printers, personal wireless access points, and wired or wireless routers are prohibited at all campuses and student residences (Seaver and Drescher student residences and the Page Apartments) with wireless coverage.
The presence of these devices interfere with the Pepperdine wireless signal. Extending Pepperdine networks to unregistered clients reduces security of the network. Routers also lead to service outages when misconfigured. When discovered, these devices will be shut down.
Web Print with PaperCut
Print from anywhere, on any computer, and to any Pepperdine printer by going to copierprint.pepperdine.edu. Read more about wireless printing and find instructions on how to use Web Print with PaperCut here.
Abide by the Network Responsible Usage Policy
In order to access the Pepperdine wireless network, all users must agree to the Network Responsible Usage Policy, found at https://community.pepperdine.edu/it/security/policies/usagepolicy.htm
For frequently asked question regarding Internet Access, refer to Internet Access FAQs.