Network Access Control (NAC) Portal
To use this network port, configure your device and login using your SF State ID and Password:
You have connected your device to a network port secured by NAC. NAC is a security tool that controls how computers connect to a network and is used by SF State to protect network ports in public areas. Users agreeing to abide by the CSU's Responsible Use Directive who can provide active SF State credentials (e.g., SF State ID and password) can access the network via NAC ports by logging in through the ClearPass OnGuard client.
Yes. The campus offers a guest wireless network. Connect your device to the SFStateGuest wireless network and follow the prompts in your browser.