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I don't go to Ryerson. Can I log on to the computers to access the internet?

Last Updated: Mar 27, 2015  |  351 Views

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http://library.ryerson.ca/info/policies/compuse/

Unfortunately, no. Computers on-campus require users to login with their my.ryerson account information, which is provided to students, staff and faculty. Members of the public are not eligible for a login.

If you are a student of faculty from another Ontario university, and you have a wireless device you may be able to access the internet using Eduroam if your institution is a member. This collaborative, wireless network allows students, staff and faculty from other universities to securely access the Internet while visiting another member institution.

Please see the Eduroam website for more information, or check this list to see if your Canadian institution is a participant.

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