What is eduroam?


The eduroam service is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community.  It allows students, researchers, and staff from participating institutions to obtain Internet connectivity across campus and when visiting other participating institutions by simply opening their laptop.  For help articles, please visit the links below.


Can I use the eduroam network on Purdue's campus?

How to connect to Wi-Fi at Purdue

How do I request guest access to the wireless network?

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Guests can connect to the eduroam network on Purdue's campus, as long as their home institution also uses eduroam.
SecureW2 is Purdue’s method of quickly and easily configuring devices to connect to our Wi-Fi network.
Guest Airlink accounts will be limited to those instances where guests require access to internal Purdue resources.
Purdue has two available wireless networks, Eduroam and PAL (Purdue Air Link) 3.0. Both can be configured for your device (computer, smartphone, tablet) using the SecureW2 configuration tool.