Do you qualify for the Emergency Broadband Benefit?

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program that helps families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Have you tried using your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot?

Use your phone as a hotspot, or Wi-Fi tethering, and even with a few bars of signal strength, you can get your tablet or laptop online and enjoy the comfort of a full-sized device.

Set up a Personal Hotspot for iOS  and Android devices.


Need to borrow a mobile hotspot?

 

UAF  

Wi-Fi added to parking lots

OIT has extended Wi-Fi outside in the following parking lots on the Fairbanks campus to provide UAF students, faculty and staff access to secure wireless from the comfort of their car. 
Map showing locations of wi-fi parking lots in front of Lathrop Hall, in front of the Patty Center, and in the Nenana lot, across from the Patty Center.

Map showing locations of wi-fi parking lots

  • 4A, in front of Lathrop Hall
  • 4B, in front of the Patty Center
  • 4D, Nenana lot, across from the Patty Center
  • 9B, west of Arctic Health Research Building

Map showing location of wi-fi parking lot at the Arctic Health Research Building.

Map showing locations of wi-fi parking lots on West Ridge

 

 

This is the same Wi-Fi as UAF Fairbanks campus buildings, so if your computer is already configured it will just connect as usual. If you are new to UAF wireless please visit this page.