Forget a wireless network connection


Forgetting saved Wi-Fi networks on wireless devices.


  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Guests


Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Ubuntu


Select the desired environment to learn how to forget a wireless network.

  1. In the top-right corner of the desktop, click the Wireless button, then select Wi-Fi Settings....

  2. Click the three dots on the right hand side of the network you would like to forget and then click the Forget This Network... button.

  3. Click Remove.
  1. Open your phone's settings.
  2. Tap Wi-Fi settings.

  3. Choose the network that you want to remove.
  4. Tap Forget This Network.

  5. Select Forget.
  1. Click on the Wireless icon on the task bar.
  2. Select your Wireless network and then select Wi-Fi Settings

  3. Click the Gear icon next to the network you want to forget.

  4. Click Forget Connection.



  • K-State provides wireless network services for university students, faculty, staff, and guests. The three primary wireless networks are:
    • KSU Wireless — for current K-State faculty, staff, and students not living in K-State residence halls or Jardine Apartments.
    • KSU Housing — for current residents of K-State residence halls and Jardine Apartments.
    • KSU Guest — For temporary visitors to campus. This wireless network has no security.
  • Oftentimes, your device will be automatically connecting to networks your device remembers. Check your device to ensure that you aren't connecting to KSU Guest. The KSU Guest connection isn't equipped to take on the load of the entire campus. If you are connected to KSU Guest, configure your device to forget this network so it doesn't automatically connect to it.
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Tue 5/24/22 10:53 AM
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