Internet Access Resources
On this page, you will find internet access resources available to adult learners.
Have questions? Reach out to a student success coach for help or find a navigator on your campus.
Access to wireless internet (WiFi)
Networkmaine (External Site) has a #StudyfromCar campaign and has offered to work with local schools and public libraries to enable “Guest” WiFi network access at locations across the state. This service allows students to access open WiFi sites where the signal extends outside of the buildings.
Many internet providers are allowing students and families to have needed technology and access to the internet. Please check with the cable provider in your area.
Comcast Internet Essentials (External Site) offers help for low-income families to connect to the internet at home. For all new and existing Internet Essentials customers, the speed of the program’s internet service has increased to 25 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream.
Charter (Spectrum) Communications (External Site) offers free Spectrum broadband and WiFi access for 60 days in a home for K-12 and/or college students that do not have an existing Spectrum service for up to 100 Mbps.