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Radius Internet

Radius utilizes Single Digits Networks for both wired and wireless internet. It is easy to use and requires no additional software to set up.

Get Setup

Wired Ethernet Setup

Simply connect your device to the wall jack with an Ethernet cable and open a web browser to begin.

WiFi Setup

Wireless users can simply connect to Radius at 15th - Resident.

You can connect to WiFi using almost any device with the 802.11 ac/n wireless standard, including Windows or Apple-based computers, mobile devices, and game consoles. If you’re unsure about what kind of WiFi your device supports, please consult your device’s user manual.

You might need to purchase a wireless 802.11 ac/n adapter to connect your computer or device to the wireless network. Please consult your device’s user manual or contact the manufacturer if you are unsure of whether your device supports these wireless capabilities.

Note: Using personal wireless routers reduces the quality of WiFi for the entire building; therefore, having a personal wireless router is against University policy

Customer Support

Single Digits Customer Care has a dedicated team for Radius residents available 24/7 at 833-334-9981. Find additional information and submit trouble tickets online through the Single Digits website.

You can also download the Single Digits App (Android and iOS) after moving into your apartment to get step-by-step instructions, real-time chat with Single Digits representatives, and trouble ticket submission.

Responsibilities

Single Digits requires that you install (and regularly update) an anti-virus software package on your computer. Additionally, Single Digits strongly recommends that your operating system be up-to-date with all critical updates and security patches. Computers that are vulnerable to virus attacks may become infected with computer viruses, which can infect the entire Radius network. In such cases, network performance can be seriously compromised. Single Digits will disable internet access for any users who exhibit signs of viral activity.