On this page:
eduroam - secure, worldwide WiFi roaming for the research and education community
MIT is a member of eduroam - a secure, worldwide WiFi roaming service developed for the research and education community. Members of the MIT community can use their existing MIT credentials to connect to the "eduroam" WiFi network at thousands of educational and research institutions in the U.S. and over 71 countries.
At MIT, the eduroam network is available everywhere on campus where the "MIT" and "MIT SECURE" WiFi networks are available and offers the same level of security as "MIT SECURE". Visitors to MIT from eduroam-participating institutions may connect to the on-campus "eduroam" WiFi network using their credentials for their home institution.
When traveling to another eduroam partner institution, members of the MIT community can similarly connect to the eduroam wireless network where it is available using their MIT credentials.
|Connecting with MIT credentials: Use firstname.lastname@example.org|
Important: with eduroam you have to use your username and the mit.edu domain name, that is: email@example.com, not just the Kerberos username as is the case when connecting to the MIT networks.
- Windows 7 - How do I connect to eduroam on Windows 7?
- Windows 8 - How do I connect to eduroam on Windows 8?
- Windows 10 - How do I connect to Eduroam on Windows 10?
- iPhone/iPad - How do I connect to eduroam on an iOS device?
- Android - How do I connect to eduroam on an Android device?
The eduroam wireless networks are available at thousands of educational and research institutions in the U.S. and over 50 countries. Useful maps are available from eduroam:
If you have questions or problems connecting to the MIT wireless networks, please contact the MIT Computing Help Desk.
The Wireless Networks at MIT
How to connect to the MIT SECURE wireless network
Eduroam Landing Page
The MIT GUEST wireless network
Troubleshooting and reporting problems on the MIT wireless network
List of devices that can or can't connect to MIT SECURE