Wireless service on campus provides access to the Internet and campus resources.
Pellissippi State employees and students should choose the secure PSCC network for wireless access and log in using a valid PSCC account.
Wireless access is also available to guests on campus via the PSCC_Guest network. This requires a valid email address and allows the user Internet access but does not allow access to official Pellissippi State student and employee online services. Therefore, all faculty, staff and students should use the PSCC wireless network for college business.
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Wireless Network Hours of AvailabilityWireless PrintingWireless Setup for WindowsWireless Setup for MacOS (Macintosh computers)Wireless Setup for Android phone or tabletWireless Setup for iOS (iPhone or iPad)PSCC_Guest Login Instructions
Wireless Network Hours of Availability:
The PSCC Wireless network is generally available Monday through Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., with possible additional availability by arrangement.
Pellissippi State has wireless printing available at each campus in Open Computer Labs.Use this detailed wireless printing documentation regarding the PaperCut application. Note: Your print job will print in a monitored Open Computer Lab.
Network and Technical Services provides webpage support for the PSCC wireless networks. No technical or hands-on assistance is available for personal equipment. PSCC account issues related to wireless networks may be directed to the Helpdesk at (865-694-6537) or you may go to an Open Computer Lab for assistance.
If you get an error when trying to connect to the PSCC network, the easiest fix is to “Forget” or “Remove” the PSCC network. If you then allow your device to auto-detect the network, it will find the correct settings, and there will be no need to view or change advanced options.
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Troubleshooting Android Wi-Fi:If you get an error when trying to connect to the PSCC network, the easiest fix is to “Forget” or “Remove” the PSCC network. If you allow your device to auto-detect the network, it will find the correct settings, and there will be no need to view or change advanced options.