eduroam-Computing Services - Carnegie Mellon University

eduroam

The eduroam service provides free wireless Internet access at over 2000 education and research institutions in 54 countries around the world.  It allows you to connect to a participating institution's wireless network using your Carnegie Mellon email address and password. Likewise, anyone visiting Carnegie Mellon from a member institution can access our wireless network through eduroam using the email address and password for their home institution. Using secure encryption and authentication standards makes eduroam significantly safer than most commercial Wi-Fi hotspots.

Using eduroam when traveling

  1. Select the eduroam network from your Wi-Fi list.
  2. Log in using your @andrew email address and password (@cmu addresses not supported).
  3. Accept the server's certificate, if prompted.

Using eduroam when visiting Carnegie Mellon

  1. Select the eduroam network from your Wi-Fi list.
  2. Log in using your email address and password from your home institution.
  3. Accept the server's certificate, if prompted.
Note: There are network-based restrictions while using the eduroam
wireless network on Carnegie Mellon's Oakland campus.  The university
adheres to eduroam's minimum level of service, ensuring a consistent experience.


Visit eduroam.org for more information.