BYOD Information

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device):

Students at Hunterdon Central have the option to bring their personally-owned devices and join our guest network.

How to get access:

Follow these instructions for guest access on a personally-owned device:

  • Make sure you have antivirus software installed, activated, and up to date. Check out "A Quick Note", below, if you have any questions about this process.
  • Once on campus, browse for open wireless networks and connect to "HCW-Guest."


Before you attempt to connect to the District wireless network, make sure you have antivirus/security protection installed. It's imperative that all computers are adequately covered, so that no viruses or security threats are transmitted across our network. Regardless of whether you have a Mac, Windows, or Linux-based computer, viruses are a real threat to everyone. Often, anti-virus software comes packaged with your Internet Service Provider. They will be able to provide you with a link to download their licensed copy. If you'd prefer to purchase your own, feel free. As an alternative, there are many robust, free anti-virus software packages available for download.


We want to make sure you're set up right. Take a look at the links below, if you want to install recommended software on your machine.

*Don't download or install any software without your parents' permission. Research each application prior to installing. Hunterdon Central does not provide warranties on any software distributions.