Fayetteville State University is offering free wi-fi to its students, faculty and staff for a week.
The free WiFi is available starting Thursday, May 5 at 10 a.m. through May 8.
Students and staff can sign up for the free Wi-Fi using their mobile phone number.
The university has also set up a free website where students can sign in to receive notifications on how to sign up.
FSU is located in the city of Fayette.
In 2016, FSU was ranked as one of the most technologically advanced universities in the country.
In 2018, Fsu earned a top five spot on the US News & World Report list of “America’s Best Colleges.”
The university’s Free Wi-fi program is a collaboration between the FSU Student Center and the University of Arkansas.
It is available to students, staff and the general public for a fee of $25.
The free WiFi service is available for campus-based Wi-fares and will be available for free for all FSU students, professors, and staff.
More information can be found at FSU’s FreeWiFi website.
The FSU Department of Communications has also been able to offer free Wi in other areas.
Fsu students can log in with their mobile number at the FCSD website, and students can call the Fsu Mobile Connect Desk to receive a free, in-person call to get connected.
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