Where is wireless access available at UT?

Wireless Internet is available in most of the academic and administrative buildings on campus. There are also a number of outdoor locations that offer wireless connectivity

Main Campus 

  • 16th Street (from Cumberland to Laurel Hall) (spring 2018)
  • Ag Campus Surge Building (2021)
  • Alumni Memorial Amphitheater (2013) 
  • Andy Holt Streetscape (2021)
  • Aquatic Center parking lot (2012) 
  • Art & Architecture/Music sidewalk (2021)
  • Ayres north lawn (2020)
  • Ayres south courtyard (2014) 
  • Band Tower & Pavilion (2020)
  • Blueberry Falls at the Claxton Complex (2012) 
  • Brehm Animal Science (2020)
  • Brehm Parking Lot (2021)
  • Circle Park (2015) 
  • CRC-Material Science and Technology Unit & Environment and Landscape Laboratory (2021)
  • Dabney-Buehler Courtyard (2020)
  • Dogwood & Magnolia (2019)
  • Engineering Quad at Ferris Hall (2017) 
  • Estabrook Road (from Ferris Hall to Cumberland Avenue) (2016) 
  • Fraternity Park Drive (Frat Row) (spring 2019)
  • Fred Brown (north courtyard & south patio) (2014) 
  • Haslam Courtyard (2020)
  • Henson Hall/Greve Hall/Dunford Hall courtyard (spring 2018)
  • Hess Hall (main entrance) (2011) 
  • HPER Breezeway (2020)
  • Hoskins Library (Kefauver wing) (2019)
  • Humanities Amphitheater (2013) 
  • Humanities west side (2019)
  • Joe Johnson Pedestrian Walkway (west end) (summer 2018)
  • Joe Johnson Drive Bus Stop (2021)
  • John C. Hodges Library west entrance (2020)
  • Ken and Blaire Mossman Building (summer 2018)
  • Kingston Pike Building parking lots
  • Lindsey Nelson Stadium  (special purpose only 2020)
  • McClung Tower and Plaza (2020)
  • Melrose Hall at Melrose Avenue  (2015) 
  • Morgan Hall east entrance (2020)
  • Neyland Stadium Gates (not available on game days)
  • Neyland-Thompson Sports Center Northeast Plaza (2019)
  • Nielsen Physics rooftop (2011) 
  • Orange Hall (2017) 
  • Pedestrian Walkway (middle and eastern end) (2015) 
  • Presidential Courtyard (2013) 
  • Raintree Street Bus Stop (2021)
  • Regal Soccer Field RV parking lot (special purpose only) (2011) 
  • South Greenhouse (2021)
  • Stokely Family Residence Hall (east courtyard & north patio) (2017) 
  • Strong Hall (Strong/Clement courtyard, pedestrian bridge, and around the Cowan Cottage) (2017/2018) 
  • Student Services south patio (2019)
  • Student Union (2019)
  • Tennis Facility press booth and south end of the courts (special purpose only) (2011?) 
  • Tom Black Track north (2018)
  • Tom Black Track east entrance (special purpose only) (2018)
  • TRECS outdoor swimming pool card scanner (2014) 
  • Trial Gardens Entrance (2019)
  • Trial Gardens Gazebo (2011?) 
  • Trial Gardens Pavilion (2021)
  • Trial Gardens Purple Shed (2021)
  • Veterinary Medicine Parking Lot (2021)
  • Volunteer Boulevard Streetscape Phase I (Todd Helton Drive to Peyton Manning Pass (2017) 
  • Volunteer Streetscape Phase II (Peyton Manning Pass to Cumberland Avenue) (summer 2018)
  • West Campus Dining Facility (2021)
  • White Hall (2017) 

Off-Campus 

  • Alcoa Highway Agricultural Extension (2018) 
  • Kingston Pike Building (north & south parking lots) (2015) 
  • Student Recreation Fields (2014) 
  • UT Arboretum (2015) 

Important note about wireless: Wi-Fi relies on an unregulated radio frequency spectrum and is not intended for permanent, full-time, or mission-critical network connectivity. While OIT makes every effort to ensure maximum coverage and availability of service, periodic localized outages and dead spots may occur. Also, users should note that you cannot access UT's wireless network from off-campus.

Details

Article ID: 136804
Created
Mon 11/15/21 8:36 AM
Modified
Mon 11/15/21 8:36 AM
Environment
Wireless Network