Campus buildings undergoing Wi-Fi assessment
In the coming weeks, 47 buildings across campus will receive an assessment of their current Wi-Fi environment.
This assessment is critical for future network planning and will ensure additional growth and enhancements can be implemented for vital technology and infrastructure systems.
In 2016, the McMaster IT Services Review identified campus Wi -Fi services as a pressing concern. In an effort to significantly improve the Wi-Fi Service, McMaster University will undergo an assessment of the existing Wi-Fi technology in buildings located on main campus and satellite campuses.
All of the project activity will take place through the months of August and September during normal business hours, Monday to Friday and will have minimal impact on the McMaster community. A detailed schedule of the Wi-Fi assessments in each building will be available in the coming days, and specific dates will be communicated to known groups, departments and faculties located in the impacted buildings.
If you are aware of a weekday event planned in one of the buildings listed below, please contact Stephen Cornfield email@example.com to ensure the work will not cause any disruptions.
Buildings that will undergo the Campus Wide Wi-Fi Assessment are:
Alumni Memorial Building
Arthur N. Bourns Building
Burke Sciences Building
Campus Services Building
Chester New Hall
Communications Research Laboratory
David Braley Athletic Centre
David Braley Health Sciences Centre McMaster
DeGroote School of Business
General Sciences Building
H.G. Thode Library
Health Sciences Centre
Institute for Applied Health Sciences
Ivor Wynne Centre
Kenneth Taylor Hall
L.R. Wilson Hall
Les Prince Hall
Life Sciences Building
Mary E. Keyes Residence
McMaster Automotive Resource Centre
McMaster Divinity College
McMaster University Student Centre
Michael DeGroote Centre for Learning and Discovery
Mills Memorial Library / Alvin A. Lee Building / Museum of Art
Nuclear Research Building
One James North
Ron Joyce Centre
Tandem Accelerator Building
Togo Salmon Hall