Comcast to Bring ‘Xfinity On Campus’ to Saint Joseph’s University Students

Today, Comcast announced that it will bring its Xfinity On Campus service to Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, allowing students to watch live TV, On Demand and recorded content on their IP-enabled devices, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. The service is included with room and board for students living in on-campus housing.

Xfinity On Campus offers more than 100 live channels including every major broadcast network, as well as channels like AMC, Bravo, ESPN, FX and MTV through Comcast’s Xfinity Stream app and online portal. Additionally, it includes access to thousands of current season TV shows and hit movies via Xfinity On Demand.

“We are honored to work with Saint Joseph’s University to offer their students our next-generation entertainment solutions,” said Tina Rodriguez, senior director, Xfinity Communities for the Freedom Region. “The past year has taught us the importance of providing flexible tech options, so we hope the Saint Joseph’s University students enjoy this service wherever they are this semester – whether on campus or remote.”

Xfinity On Campus provides access to Xfinity X1, Comcast’s next-generation video product currently enjoyed by residential customers across the nation. Xfinity X1 delivers an immersive and personalized entertainment experience across devices in an interface that is sleek, intuitive and makes search and discovery of content easier than ever – powered by the award-winning Xfinity Voice Remote.

Xfinity On Campus is easy and cost-effective for a college or university’s IT department to maintain. To register for the service, students at eligible schools can visit, type in their school name and authenticate with their student user name and password. Once registered, students can watch their programming anytime by downloading the Xfinity Stream app or by visiting and logging in with their student credentials.

*Photo provided by Saint Joseph’s University*

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