Connect to eduroam

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The eduroam Wi-Fi network will safely and securely connect you to the internet. It's available at all IU campuses, 625 U.S. institutions, and 101 territories worldwide.


eduroam is replacing IU Secure as the default wireless network for students, faculty, staff, and affiliates on all IU campuses. As of May 26, 2021, IU Secure is no longer available in the residence halls, and will fully retire in the near future. All new wireless connections should use eduroam.

How to connect

The simplest and most secure way to connect to eduroam is to use the Eduroam Network Setup Tool. Alternatively, you can use the instructions below to connect manually.

To connect manually, select eduroam from the list of available wireless networks, and enter your full IU email address (for example, and passphrase.

  • If you connect to eduroam at an institution other than an IU campus, you'll need to use the IU VPN to access some resources (such as remote desktop, library resources, and department drives).
  • For troubleshooting tips, see Troubleshoot your eduroam connection.

If you have difficulty, see the appropriate manual configuration instructions for your operating system or device:

Find eduroam providers

To find lists of current eduroam service providers worldwide, see Where can I eduroam?

When you log into eduroam from another institution, your passphrase remains secure, and is never sent over the network.

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Last modified on 2024-04-29 16:56:46.