SU Florence provides a variety of technological resources to satisfy students' needs. Desktop computers and printers are available in the Computer Lab and architecture studios (for architecture students only), while an extensive wireless network makes it possible to use personal laptops or mobile devices throughout the campus.
All email correspondence between SUF students and the university is conducted through the student's SU Mail account REGARDLESS of home campus affiliation.
Syracuse University's email policy expects all enrolled students, SU and non-SU, to receive and read SU emails in a timely manner. Failure to do so does not absolve students from knowing about and complying with the content of the communications.
If you choose to redirect your SU Mail to another email address (gmail, yahoo, hotmail, etc.), you do so at your own risk. Not all mail is guaranteed to redirect. The University is not responsible for the handling of email from other service providers.
Wireless access is available to SU students, guest students, faculty and staff anywhere on campus for laptops and mobile devices through AirOrangeX. Simply login with your SU NetID (which has eight letters) and password.
In order to take full advantage of SU's high-speed Wi-Fi environment, you will need a device that supports the 802.11ac (preferred) or 802.11n.
Using your own wireless routers, wifi hotspots and Apple AirPorts anywhere on campus is prohibited.
Go to http://its.syr.edu/wireless/ for more information.
If you are having problems, please bring your laptop or hand-held device to the IT Office in Room 20 of the Villa Rossa for assistance.
The SUF Computer Lab consists of 26 PCs and two printers and is located in the basement of Villa Rossa. It can be accessed from inside the Villa Rossa during daytime hours or from the garden during evenings and on Sundays.
School of Architecture Studios
The School of Architecture, located at Piazzale Donatello, n. 25, has small resource rooms with desktop computers, scanners, and color and laser printers. All studios are connected to the campus's wireless network.