The recommended wireless network for all faculty, staff, and students is eduroam, which is a secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community.
If you are at a participating eduroam institution, but have never logged into eduroam while on your home University of Nebraska Campus, you will need to Download the eduroam configuration profile.
To register for wireless service on campus, and access most online services, you’ll need to know your Campus Identity.
Don’t know your Campus Identity? Go to a lab or other computer that’s already connected and visit https://trueyou.nebraska.edu to claim your identity.
On your device, navigate to the area where you can view all WiFi networks that are in range.
If your device does not have a web browser it is an "Internet of Things"(IoT) device. Also referred to as "Smart Devices" TV's, doorbell's, game console's, smart assistants and other equipment have all started to have one thing in common - the ability to connect to the internet. These devices sometimes but not always have a built in web browser.
It is important for the University to provide IoT access and address security concerns as much as possible. This is one of the reasons why we have created NU-Connect.
Once you have connected your non-Iot device (laptop, desktop, MacBook etc.) to eduroam, you will then have the ability to register your IoT devices (Game-boxes, Smart TV's etc.), so they can use NU-Connect for their wireless connection.
Click here if your device is requesting additional setup information.