eduroam Secure Wireless
Accept New Security Certificate
If you currently use eduroam, you will need to accept the new security certificate in order to maintain wireless connectivity.
What is eduroam?
eduroam is the secure, world-wide roaming wireless access service developed for the international research and education community. eduroam is the free encrypted wireless service at UC Santa Cruz that allows students, faculty, staff, and visitors from other participating institutions, to connect securely to the Internet. For more information visit the eduroam website.
How does eduroam work?
All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to use eduroam for secure WiFi connection. Once you have setup eduroam for your device(s), you will be able to connect to eduroam WiFi on any campus where the service is offered.
Can I use eduroam at participating universities?
Yes! Before you visit another campus, make sure to setup eduroam for your device(s). List of participating institutions.
Use the following links to setup your mobile device.
Setup your computer to use eduroam
Wireless Coverage on Campus
Wireless access points have been installed across campus. View the list (this is not a comprehensive list)
Pricing and WAPS Installation
eduroam is included in the Information User Assessment so there is no additional cost to use this service. Wireless access points (WAPS) can be installed at a recharge fee that includes parts and labor. Request WAPS Installation
Service Level Agreement
eduroam provides internet access to students, faculty, and staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Wireless Service Level Agreement (SLA)
Contact the ITS Support Center for assistance with eduroam.