Free Guest Internet Access
MUSC provides free wireless internet access for patients and visitors at the Medical Center campus in downtown Charleston. This service is provided on an as-is basis, and is supported on all wireless devices with standards-based web browsers. This includes Windows laptops, Macs, Linux and iPhones.
To connect to the network:
- Open your wireless network utility and join the muscguest network.
- Once you connect, open your browser.
- The MUSC Guest Wireless Network page will display. You are now connected to the internet.
This network is the property of The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and may be accessed only by authorized guests of MUSC.
Unauthorized use of this network is strictly prohibited and subject to criminal prosecution.
The data you send and receive over this network is not encrypted and may be viewed or intercepted by others. Use this network at your own risk. Privacy and security safeguards are the user's responsibility; this network does not provide any. MUSC does not warrant or represent that this service will be uninterrupted, error-free, or secure. Users should be aware that there are security, privacy, and confidentiality risks inherent in wireless communications and technology.
The University may monitor any activity or retrieve any information transmitted through this network, to ensure compliance with MUSC policy, and with federal, state and local law. By accessing and using this network, you are consenting to such monitoring and information retrieval by MUSC. Users should have no general expectation of privacy or confidentiality when using this network.
The following ATM machines are conveniently located throughout our hospitals
Bank of America
SC Federal Credit Union
Effective March 1, 2012, MUSC is a tobacco-free campus. Smoking is not permitted in any areas on campus. This includes the use of chewing tobacco and e-cigarettes. As South Carolina’s academic health center and home to the only National Cancer Institute-designated cancer institute in the state, it is a part of our mission to prevent cancer and to lead by example in providing the healthiest environment possible for everyone on our campus.
View the Tobacco Free Zone map (PDF).