As of Summer 2019, there are 78 Aggie Wireless Zones on NMSU’s campus and that number continues to grow.
Having wireless capabilities means that those who use laptops or other wireless devices do not have to be connected through a phone line to access the Internet.
Aggie Wireless Zones are public access points usable by anyone who has an enabled NMSU username and password.
To access and use Aggie Wireless Zones your computer’s network connection must be configured for DHCP.
Below are a number of helpful links with information related to NMSU’s wireless network.
In order to connect to the NMSU network, you must register your device by completing the network registration process.
Accessing NMSU’s Internet
NMSU offers various ways to access the internet and internal site while on campus.
Click the links below for instructions and more information on connecting to NMSU’s network.
NMSU’s general-use wireless network. Open a browser on campus, you will be redirected to netreg.nmsu.edu to register your device
You must have an NMSU username and password to connect.
Instructions on getting access to this secure wireless network.
Friends and family visiting the NMSU Las Cruces campus can access the internet for increments of 60 minutes. Users will need to reauthorize for additional time.
To connect to AggieGuest, open a browser and accept the terms and conditions to join the AggieGuest network.
Login with your username and password to download the Cisco AnyConnect Mobility Client and connect to NMSU’s internal network from off-campus.
A list of all the Aggie Wireless Zones and their locations.
Frequently asked question about NMSU’s wireless network.
For additional help connecting to NMSU’s network, contact the Help Desk at 575-646-1840 or email@example.com.