Eduroam is a service that allows you to use your Bucknell credentials to connect to wireless networks at other colleges and universities.
- eduroam (education roaming) is a secured WiFi network service that allows students, faculty and staff to use their home institution’s WiFi credentials to access WiFi network services, when visiting other eduroam participating institutions—without having to set up a guest account.
- eduroam is offered in more than 50 countries throughout Europe and Asia, as well as the United States*, and Canada.
- With hundreds of thousands of WiFi access points sharing a common SSID, eduroam acts as one large, world-wide, wireless hotspot.
If you are on another campus (not Bucknell) and you see the eduroam wireless network, enter your whole Bucknell email address in the username field and your Bucknell password in the password field.
Password: bucknell password
Note: You should connect to eduroam on the Bucknell campus before you travel, just to be sure you are able to connect.
Note: If you have a Bucknell account, do not use eduroam while you are on the Bucknell campus. If you try to use eduroam with a Bucknell account while you are at Bucknell, you will see this notification:
ATTENTION: THE PURPOSE OF THIS NETWORK IS TO PROVIDE INTERNET ACCESS TO OUR ACADEMIC PEERS ON THE EDUROAM NETWORK. ACCESS TO BUCKNELL RESOURCES IS RESTRICTED, REGISTERED BUCKNELL USERS SHOULD SWITCH TO OUR REGULAR NETWORK (bucknell.edu) FOR ACCESS TO ON-CAMPUS RESOURCES.
Eduroam is available at colleges across the United States: https://www.eduroam.us/institutions.
For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk at 570.577.7777 or email@example.com.
Keywords: networks, wifi, wireless