College students have become more sophisticated and technologically savvy and are today far more mobile in their use of technology. Laptop computers and PDAs are quickly becoming standard, everyday tools for students, faculty and staff. To be of most use, these devices need to be connected to the Internet, hence the importance of broad wireless access. The wireless infrastructure does not replace the wired one. Rather, it is an expansion of infrastructure to facilitate more mobile forms of interface. Students, faculty and staff who have laptops or PDAs with 802.1x wireless cards are able to send and receive email, register for classes, download and upload assignments, check grades and surf the Web without need for a data jack connection.