Devices vary in which fields they require and in what order, but the bullets below should cover most device processes (you may not require all of these items):
Make sure WiFi is turned on, search for available networks and select: UNC-Enterprise
If your device asks you to select a security type, choose "PEAP" as the EAP method, and "MSCHAPV2" as the Phase 2 authentication.
If your device has a field for CA certificate, select "Do not validate" or "unspecified."
Identity/Username and password are same as your Ursa credentials [first.last and Ursa password]. If your device has a field for "anonymous identity," leave it blank.
If you are prompted to accept a security certificate, click what would be the "yes" answer: Accept / Connect / Trust / etc.
If you have trouble connecting, or wish to set Enterprise as an established network on your personal Windows machine while at the center or on campus, visit the UNC Wireless Networks help page (you may need to log-in with your Ursa credentials) or call 970-351-4357 for assistance.
Computer Labs and Printing
Our computer labs are available whenever the center is open, if not reserved by a course (rare occurrences).
Food and drink are not allowed in the lab. You may have food & drink in the regular classrooms.
All the printing is done through the BearPrint printing system, same as the main campus. For assistance, check the binder in your computer lab or check with the Site Coordinator. When printing, it will ask for your email and password.
Every August, an $8 credit is put on your account for the academic year. If more money is needed, you can add funds to your account in the Financial/Billing section in Ursa. If a billing discrepancy occurs, please contact Technical Support.
Classroom equipment: TV/VCR, Elmo machines, laptops, and classroom projectors. You can use the projectors to display from our devices or your own computers/devices (adaptors are available).
Kitchen with microwaves, refrigerator, and vending machines
Student lounge with couches, chairs and a flat-screen TV
Campus security is always available and can be reached at 303-419-5557
Home to the Center for Urban Education as Well
The Denver Center at Lowry is also home to the Center for Urban Education. The faculty and staff of the "Urban Ed" programs work mostly in Denver. You will find the Center for Urban Education academic offerings on the Extended Campus programs and courses lists, but you can also visit their site below to learn more about their impact in the community.
The Lowry-Stapleton Area
Lowry is a residential/higher education area which is the site of the former Lowry Field and Air Force Base in Denver with nearby access to:
Many restaurant options from fast food to casual dining
Hotels and apartment/condo complexes
Gas/convenience stores, and groceries
Parks, playground, running trail
Just minutes away from the Cherry Creek area
Only 15-20 minutes from Downtown Denver
Be sure to explore the area using the “Search nearby” function at the Google map link above.