eduroam - Help

Last Updated: 04/03/2017

Accessing eduroam

After installing the Secure W2 client certificate (see Get started section below), the eduroam SSID (or network name) can be selected from your operating systems available Wi-Fi options when you are on campus. Log in using your CULoginName @colorado.edu and IdentiKey password may be required.

Get started with eduroam

In order to initially connect to the eduroam SSID, CU Boulder faculty, staff and students need to install software for security and compatibility purposes. Get started by referring to the following download and documentation links:

Operating System Download Documentation
Windows Windows eduroam Windows configuration client Windows - Setup and Connect to eduroam
MAC Macintosh eduroam Mac configuration client Macintosh - Setup and Connect to eduroam
Linux Linux eduroam Linux configuration client Needed login credentials:
  • Username: CULoginName @colorado.edu
  • Password: IdentiKey password
iOS Apple iOS eduroam iOS configuration client iOS - Setup and Connect to eduroam
Android Android eduroam Android configuration client Android - Setup and Connect to eduroam

Visitors to the University

Campus visitors from institutions participating in eduroam can simply select eduroam from their operating system Wi-Fi options and connect to eduroam using their institution's credentials. If you experience any issues with while visiting CU Boulder, please contact your home institution's service desk.

Campus visitors not from a participating institution should use the UCB Guest wireless service.