Wireless Network & Internet
The Drexel campus was first made wireless in 2000 with a network called DragonFly. Since then, the network has grown, increased its bandwidth, and become more secure.
There are multiple wireless networks at Drexel. Determine which wireless network is for you from the options below.
DragonFly3 is the University's preferred wireless network. It offers the highest bandwidth and security, fewer restrictions, and relief from competing radio interference. DragonFly3 is available to students, faculty, and staff with a current University user ID and can be used for Windows and Apple computers and most cell phones and mobile devices.
Connect with DragonFly3
DragonFly is for devices and appliances that do not support enterprise class WPA2 and 8021.X user name authentication. For example, many game consoles, smart TVs (including Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, etc) and other home entertainment systems and appliances that are commonly found in the Drexel residence halls. These devices should connect to the DragonFly Wireless Network. A current University user ID and device registration is necessary to use DragonFly.
Connect with DragonFly
Visitors and guests to the Drexel campus should use the wireless Drexel Guest Network for basic web browsing. It is limited to services that are publicly available.
Connect with Drexel Guest