Or you can bring your device to the Wired Office in Cudahy Hall, 238 for help.
Marquette University is a member of eduroam, a secure, federated network service with more than 6,000 Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide. Eduroam — short for "education roaming" — allows Marquette students, faculty and staff to use their Marquette credentials to access Wi-Fi hotspots while visiting other eduroam-affiliated institutions. Eduroam also provides Wi-Fi access at Marquette's campus for visitors from participating institutions, saving the need to obtain guest credentials.
Who is part of eduroam?
Participating institutions include several U.S. Jesuit schools and many local universities such as the University of Wisconsin system schools. Before traveling, check to see if the campus you are visiting is an eduroam member.
- Staying in the U.S.? Check the list of American colleges with eduroam.
- Going abroad? Check the list of international universities with eduroam.
How do I use eduroam while away from Marquette?
Logging on while at a participating institution is often as easy as opening your Wi-Fi connections, choosing the eduroam network by name, and then entering your Marquette email address — not your username — and password. If you prefer, students, faculty and staff can test the eduroam connection on Marquette's campus before traveling to verify that all settings are correct.
Getting help with eduroam
Marquette students, faculty and staff: If you have questions about eduroam, contact the IT Services Help Desk at (414) 288-7799 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students, faculty and staff visiting from other colleges should contact their own institutions for assistance connecting to eduroam while at Marquette.