If you're a member of another participating institution, you'll be able to connect to the Internet at the University of Illinois.
Use of eduroam on the University of Illinois campus is subject to the local eduroam policy.
If you plan to visit the University of Illinois from another eduroam participating institution, you're encouraged to configure eduroam on your device before you leave your home institution.
You'll be using your home institution's user name and password system to connect to eduroam, even if you receive an Illinois guest account.
If you need help with eduroam, contact your home institution's IT support department. They'll be able to tell you what user name and password to use and what security settings their authentication system requires.
eduroam is available wherever the IllinoisNet Wireless network is provided in Urbana-Champaign.
See the Network Access Maps for a searchable list and visual map of wireless-enabled campus and area buildings.
While you're connected to the eduroam wireless network at Illinois, your machine will be placed in an area that is separate from the main University of Illinois network. Therefore, there may be some Illinois-specific resources that are not available to you through eduroam.
Getting more access in the Urbana-Champaign area:
If, while in Urbana-Champaign, you require access to Illinois-specific resources that eduroam doesn't provide, you will need to use a guest account provided by the department or individual sponsoring your visit to the campus.