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AACC Wireless

AACC Wireless logo

­­­A­nne Arundel Community College has established a wireless network for students, faculty, staff and guests called AACC Wireless. The network was designed to be used exclusively for conducting college-related business and/or to support teaching and learning.

You can connect to this network from just about anywhere on the Arnold campus or any of these other AACC locations:

  • Arundel Mills (AMIL)
  • Center for Cyber and Professional Training (CCPT)
  • Glen Burnie Town Center (GBTC)
  • Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute (HCAT)
  • Sales and Service Training Center (SSTC)

To connect, simply select “AACC Wireless” from the list of available networks.

­Once your device is connected to the network, you will need to login to access the Internet. This is accomplished by accepting the terms of use. Apple will automatically direct you to the wireless network login page shown below. Other devices will go to this page when you open a web browser.

Image of list of Wifi
Wireless login screen
List of Wireless Connections
AACC Wireless login screen

­Simply review the terms of using the network and select "I Accept" to indicate acceptance of the terms.

After accepting the terms of use you will be able to access the Internet, and have access to many AACC technology resources. We will not collect personal information about you while you use the wireless network. All customers are responsible for using the network in an ethical and lawful manner, and are subject to the rules and restrictions laid out in the Acceptable Use of IT Resources policy.

To help maintain adequate resources on our wireless network, devices that are inactive for 180 minutes will be logged off.  In this case your device will still be connected to the AACC Wireless network, but the web browser on your device will return you to the login page the next time you attempt to access a web page.­

Our goal is to make AACC Wireless network available everywhere on campus. If you find a place where the signal is weak, please let us know:

  • Stop by the Technical Call Center in CRSC 108.
  • Email
  • Call the Helpdesk at 410-777-4357 or extension 4357 from any campus telephone.
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