The Residential Network (ResNet) provides connections to the Internet and other campus resources in residence halls and university-owned apartments.

The residence halls and University Apartments at Texas A&M University are wired with one Ethernet connection per resident.  These connections can be used to access the university's computing resources and the Internet.

TAMULink wireless is also available in residence halls and university apartments.

Getting Started

To use the wired connection, students need a 10/100/1000 Base-T ethernet card installed in their computer and an RJ-45 ethernet cable. The Ethernet cable should be 15-20 feet long.

Help and Support

Go to the ResNet page in the Knowledge Base for help on connecting to ResNet.