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How to Connect to WiFi on a Windows 10 PC


1. In the bottom right-hand corner of your screen, you should see a small icon that looks like a set of curved lines. This is the icon for WiFi, which is what we use to connect to the internet wirelessly. You can click on this icon to see the available WiFi networks that you can connect to.

If you hover over the icon, you should see a text pop-up that says "Not Connected - Connections are Available."

2. Click on the Naropa network from the list of available networks.

Enter your Naropa username and password when prompted. Use the following format:      

For students or recently hired staff/faculty members: first.lastname

For not recently hired staff/faculty members: firstInitialLastname


DO NOT include the in your username.


Example usernames: sabriel.abhorsen or sabhorsen


Use your Naropa password, which is the same as the one you use to log in to your email or

3. Wait for the connection to be established. This may take up to 30 seconds.

4. Congratulations! You should now be connected to the Naropa network.

If you are unable to connect, double-check that you have entered your username and password correctly. If you are still having trouble, make sure your caps lock is not on.

Sometimes, you may see a status message that says "connected, no internet." If this happens, try disconnecting and then reconnecting after waiting for about 10 seconds. You can also forget the network and reenter your credentials. This should resolve the issue.

If you continue to have problems connecting to WiFi, please submit a help desk ticket or email When you reach out, please include the following information:


  • Your username
  • The type of laptop you are using (Dell, Sony, HP, etc.)
  • Your location when trying to connect (including the campus and building)
  • Any error messages you received when trying to connect
  • Any additional screenshots or information you can provide. The more information we have, the faster we can help you resolve the issue.