Use your personal device across campus! Configure your own device for wireless on MCC's campus and in just a few minutes you are ready to access your email, Canvas and other Internet functions.
All Mott staff, students and guests should connect to the WiFi network named “Mott”.
If you want to stay connected you MUST disable randomized or private MAC address on the Mott WiFi Network.
Read and agree the Terms and Conditions, and then choose on the Start button to begin
Student, Faculty and Staff
For anyone that has a Mott provided email address and password choose Mott Staff and Students
Choose the “Mott Staff and Students” button for semester long access (after disabling MAC address)
You will be prompted to type in your username (not including the @mcc.edu portion) along with your Mott password you normally use to login to Mott’s services.
If you typed in your login correctly that’s it! You are now enrolled in WiFi access for a full semester!
Mott Guests For Mott Guests who don’t have a Mott email address, clicking the “Mott Guest” access button will bring you to the following screens that will allow you to access the WiFi network for 24 hours.
You will need to select to get a unique code sent via TXT message. United States country code is selected by default.
Complete the form by typing in your unique captcha code on the bottom right.
Lastly, input the Verification Code that was emailed or txt messaged to you. Be aware, TXT messages can take 60 seconds or longer to send, so please be patient. Most smartphones will automatically allow input the code for you on screen once it’s sent. Complete the captcha and you’ll be all set!
Wireless is available throughout the MCC main campus and at our satellite locations. Remember that distance from the router and differences in laptop computers and other devices determine your signal strength.
If you are having difficulty using MCC's wireless network contact the Help Desk 1208 Curtice-Mott Complex or call (810) 767-4357.
If you don’t have access to internet at your primary residence, consider these tips:
One simple way to find Wi-Fi away from home is to use your home provider. For example, if you’re a Comcast user, you will have access to Xfinity Wi-Fi networks when traveling. For most ISP networks, check their Wi-Fi page on the main site or download their hotspot app. Find a hotspot by entering an address or form of location. Then connect to your ISP’s available hotspots.
Helpful ISP hotspot pages:
This is also known as tethering. Some carriers have restrictions on how much data can be used for tethering or charged for using the feature, so be sure to check with your provider.
Common wireless service providers:
If you choose to use public Wi-Fi, consider taking these appropriate steps to protect yourself:
Contact the MCC Service Desk at (810) 762-4357 or submit a new ticket through the 2Help Request system for our IT administrators to assist.