eduroam is the primary wireless network for University of Nebraska students, faculty, and staff. An active Campus Identity or an identity from a participating eduroam institution is required to access eduroam.
Don’t know your Campus Identity?
Use your smartphone or another computer with internet access and visit https://trueyou.nebraska.edu to manage your identity.
- On iOS and iPadOS, navigate to the Settings app and tap Wi-Fi to view all Wi-Fi networks that are in range and select eduroam from the list of available networks.
- Your device will now prompt you to log in to the network. Use your Campus Identity to authenticate. Your username must include the campus domain. Example: firstname.lastname@example.org (@unk.edu, @unl.edu, @unmc.edu, @unomaha.edu).
- Accept the eduroam certificate by tapping Trust and authenticate with your device passcode, if prompted.
- If you previously connected to NU-Guest, remove or ‘forget’ that SSID from your list of preferred networks.
If your device is requesting additional configuration information, review the Manual eduroam Setup.
If your device uses a private address, also known as Media Access Control (MAC) Randomization, you may need to re-authenticate to the network each time the device connects. To maintain a constant connection, disable this feature for eduroam. Information about managing private addressing on Apple devices is available from Apple.