Connect to CSUSecure.
CSUSecure provides the peace of mind you deserve when using Clayton State's Network. CSUSecure is the wireless connection available specifically for students, faculty, & staff. CSUSecure provides better security than our previous network, Marut.
Select CSUSecure from the list of available wireless networks in your network settings.
Security: WPA 2 Enterprise
Username: Use your CSU credentials
Password: Use your CSU credentials
Most devices will connect to CSUSecure without additional settings. If you have an IOS device or a Windows 7 computer, please see the additional instructions below.
Are you a visitor to Clayton State?Use CSUGuest
Have a game console or SmartTV?Use CSUGame
IOS Additional Settings
You may see the following image while adding CSUSecure to your Apple devices. Please be sure to select "Trust". We have a self signed certificate that IOS want you to be aware of. We promise, it's safe!
CSUSecure on Windows 7 Additional Settings
If you are using Windows 7, there are additional steps to connect to CSUSecure. We have created an app to automate this process.
Download & unzip the CSUSecure self-installing tool
Run the application and click "Install"
Click on the message "Additional information is needed to connect to CSUSecure."
Enter your CSU credentials when prompted
Click on your network icon to verify you are connected.
CSUSecure Manual Setup for Windows 7
We've also created a guide on how to set up CSUSecure manually.
Manual CSUSecure Setup
Connecting to CSUSecure on a Mac
Begin by locating and clicking the wireless icon in the upper-right corner in the menu bar. It looks similar to a slice of pie.
Select "CSUSecure" from the list of available wireless networks.
Once connected you will see the Authentication window.
Username: Use your CSU network username. Do not use your email address.
Password: Use your CSU password
Congratulations! You've connected to CSUSecure.