Secure Air Wireless Network


Information Technology

What is Secure*Air?

Secure*Air is the wireless network at The University of Texas at Tyler. The wireless network uses 802.1b/g/n to allow the members of the UT Tyler community to connect to the UT Tyler network using wireless devices. Secure*Air is available in various buildings around the UT Tyler campus.

Who may connect to Secure*Air?

Secure*Air is for the exclusive use of The University of Texas at Tyler member community. This community is composed of students, faculty, and staff.

How do I connect to Secure*Air?

Click on the wireless icon and select Secure*Air. 

How do I log in to Secure*Air?

Secure*Air uses:

  • UTTyler credentials for faculty and staff. If you are faculty or staff, please use your UTTyler email address to login in the format (i.e.,
  • PATRIOT account credentials for students. If you are a student, please use your Patriot email address to login in the format (i.e.,

Will Secure*Air work on my computer?

Secure*Air will work on any computer (Mac or PC) equipped with at least an 802.11b "WiFi" Card. To access the secure network you must have a wireless card capable of at least 802.11b/g. Computers equipped with 802.11a/b/g/n cards are supported as well.

Where is Secure*Air available on the UT Tyler campus?

  • Business Building (BUS)
  • Hudnall-Pirtle-Roosth Building (HPR)
  • Biology Education and Psychology Building (BEP)
  • Ratliff Building South (RBS)
  • Ratliff Building North (RBN)
  • Robert R. Muntz Library (LIB)
  • Physical and Health Education Building (PHE)
  • University Center (UC)
  • Braithwaite Building-Nursing (BRB)
  • Administration Building (ADM)
  • Longview Campus (LUC)

What if I have questions, comments or suggestions?

Please don't hesitate to email us at or come by RBN 3022.

Do NOT send your password.

Do NOT send your Social Security Number.

UT Tyler Policy Acknowledgment:

  • Unauthorized use is prohibited.
  • Usage may be subject to security testing and monitoring.
  • Misuse is subject to criminal prosecution.
  • No expectation of privacy except as otherwise provided by applicable privacy laws.