The University's free Wi-Fi service, eduroam, is available in many areas of the University such as cafes, bars and communal areas in Halls of Residence. You can connect your device to our eduroam Wi-Fi (https://wifi.liverpool.ac.uk/) using the Wireless Wizard once you're on campus in a Wi-Fi zone.
Halls of Residence
In our Halls of Residence you can connect your computer, or one of several supported games consoles, (https://wifi.liverpool.ac.uk/eduroam/halls/) to the network using the wired network point in your room.
Download and install free software
You can install a wide range of software for free on your own device, including the latest version of Microsoft Office. Find out more by visiting www.liv.ac.uk/csd/software.
Extra Help in the Halls
What help can I get?
If you'd like help to connect your own computer to the University's wired network or to the free Wi-Fi service, eduroam, (in available locations) you can speak to one of our staff based in Halls of Residence during the weekend of your arrival.
Where and when do I go?
Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September: 10:00am - 4:00pm
- Carnatic (Senior Common Room, 1st Floor, Carnatic House)
- Crown Place (Off main Reception next to conference rooms)
- Greenbank (Library, Annexe)
- Vine Court (Mezzanine Common Room above Reception area)