eduroam is the wireless network available to campus.
eduroam, short for education roaming, is a worldwide consortium of colleges and universities that provide wireless internet access across research and education networks. Students, researchers, faculty, and staff can connect to participating institutions' wireless networks with their home institution's user credentials.
- Try restarting your device
- Try forgetting and reconfiguring the eduroam wireless network with these instructions
- Make sure where you are located is covered by the eduroam wireless network by looking at the University Campus Maps.
- For further troubleshooting assistance please contact the ITS Help Desk
Over 400 U.S. institutions participate in eduroam, and amongst thousands of other organizations worldwide. Visit eduroam for a list of participating schools. Once you configure your device for eduroam network access on your home institutions campus, you can connect to other member networks using your eduroam HawkID@uiowa.edu username and passphrase.
Guests from other eduroam institutions should pre-configure their device on their home network before connecting to the UI eduroam network. If you have done that, connect directly to the eduroam network and use your home institutions' credentials to log in. If you have issues connecting, contact your home institution's IT support for assistance.
Also, the UI-Guest network can be used by campus guests to connect to the Internet. More information about the UI-Guest network can be found on the ITS support website