The Office of Information Technology is implementing a new process for access to the Bronco-Guest wireless network at Boise State University.
Bronco-Guest WiFi is a service intended for use by guests and friends of the university. Bronco-Guest is not a secure wireless network – current students, faculty, and staff should always use the eduroam WiFi network to protect university and personal data, and to ensure the best wireless performance.
If you have tried to use eduroam WiFi in the past but were not able to successfully connect, please reach out to the Help Desk for assistance.
A new way to access Bronco-Guest
As of Jan. 27, the new process to access Bronco-Guest wireless requires users to provide a name, email address, and phone number. The system will then email or text a guest username and password to the user to sign in to the Bronco-Guest network.
Users must agree to terms and conditions of use to access the service. Users will have access for seven days. After seven days, users may renew their access by repeating the registration process.
Users can start the process by connecting their devices to the Bronco-Guest campus wireless network.
Detailed instructions and additional information about connecting to Bronco-Guest will be available on the Office of Information Technology’s website beginning Wednesday, Jan. 27:
For additional information about connecting to Bronco-Guest WiFi, contact the Help Desk at (208) 426-4357 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.