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How to connect to ARC’s Wi-Fi

Students have a guide to connect to that tricky American River College Wi-Fi network. (photo illustration by Ashley Hayes-Stone)

Cheyenne Drury and Tracy Holmes

August 27, 2018

By Tracy Holmes and Cheyenne Drury In the beginning of each semester, students flock to the library and Student Center to use the internet to get their course work done. When the computer labs in the library and Learning Resource Center are occupied, students start to use their own devices to get a...

Letter to the Editor: Reply to “New Wi-Fi certificates, same old complaints”

Letter to the Editor: Reply to “New Wi-Fi certificates, same old complaints”

October 24, 2017

American River College is aware that our wireless networks have often been less than optimal and we apologize for any inconvenience caused by technology limitations. We have been working consistently over the past few years to upgrade our systems and will continue to do so. We know how important wirel...

New Wi-Fi certificates, same old complaints

Wi-fi at ARC is available for free to all enrolled students, but it doesn't come without its problems. (File photo)

Claire Bathory

October 3, 2017

At American River College, free wireless internet is provided to the student body with the simple prerequisite that they sign sign into it with their student I.D.s and set up a security profile, which is accessible in their Wi-Fi options. Recently, a number of students and staff discovered that they ha...

Everything you need to know about ARC’s Wi-Fi

Wi-fi at ARC is available for free to all enrolled students, but it doesn't come without its problems. (File photo)

Cheyenne Drury

January 25, 2017

Every semester, students flood the library and student center to use the internet in order to get their work done . When the computer labs in the library and Learning Resource Center are full, students pull out their own laptops and smartphones to finish assignments All registered students have access to the...

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