Internet AccessThe University provides both wireless and wired access to the internet for guests that have some sort of business here. This includes contractors, visiting faculty, conference attendees, etc. There are two primary methods for accessing the internet through the University's network - eduroam or a guest ID.
Eduroam is a secure, world-wide WiFi service intended for education and research communities. Anyone that is part of a participating institution can connect to and use the eduroam wireless network at any other participating institutions anywhere in the world. If you are traveling you must sign up at our University before you leave to visit another campus. If you are visiting from another university that is a member of eduroam, you can connect to the internet through our eduroam wireless network. Eduroam is available in all university buildings, including the dorms.
For more information and instructions on connecting to eduroam, visit our knowledge base article.
All other guests must obtain a guest ID. This guest ID will grant access to both wired and wireless networks. To obtain a guest ID you must have a sponsoring department. This sponsor can either create the ID for you or they can call the help desk.
Note: The help desk will only create guest IDs if the sponsor calls in to have it
The following departments have an authorized person who can create guest IDs: