Eduroam is a global Internet service designed to get you connected when visiting other participating schools.
Eduroam is available at many locations throughout the US and worldwide (to view a list of available locations, go to
When traveling to another participating campus, connect to their “eduroam” wireless network and login with your Eduroam credentials as noted below. When traveling to another participating campus, connect to their “eduroam” wireless network and login with your Eduroam credentials as noted below.
BSU users: SelectLog in to Eduroam with: firstname.lastname@example.org and password. (Use this same procedure to log in to eduroam at another participating institution.
Visitors to BSU from other participating institutions: Use credentials from your home institution. You do not need to register as a guest or obtain any BSU credentials to use eduroam
Available 24/7 except for possible IT Maintenance Windows.
Is Eduroam Secure?
Eduroam is secure, your institutional credentials are transferred along secure, encrypted networks to ensure there is nothing that could intercept credentials or interfere with the credentials transfer process.
What other universities participate in Eduroam?
Do I use Eduroam at my home institution?
As a BSU Student, Faculty or Staff, Eduroam is for use only at other institutions, but you should know the syntax of the username, and how it differs from on-campus use. BSU users should use the BSCUnplugged wireless network.
Is Eduroam limited to one or more types of devices?
Since “Eduroam” is really just a specialized WiFi network, it is compatible with Apple devices, Androids, Windows, Apple and Linux-based laptops.