Computers and Internet
Personal access to a desktop and/or laptop computer is highly recommended for the duration of the program. For specific recommendations check our IRT's frequently asked questions page.
On Campus Access
All students will have access to on computing facilities (the Korman Center) during the program and throughout the academic year.
Wireless Internet: Dragon Fly
The Drexel campus went completely wireless in 2000 with a network called DragonFly. Since then, the network has grown, increased available bandwidth, and become more secure. The newest network is called DragonFly3. DragonFly3, where available, is the preferred network for all users. It provides access to the fastest and most secure wireless networking available. DragonFly3 uses your user-id and password to grant access. DragonFly3 uses the second generation of WiFi Protected Access (WPA2) to secure the network. Linux, MacOS, and Windows all support WPA2. Please see the detailed instructions to connect to DragonFly3.
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