Student, Faculty, and Staff WiFi Access Notice

Hello there! Please connect to eduroam. 

Your device is attempting to connect to UofM-Guest, a network intended for guests and visitors at the University of Minnesota. Your device has previously connected to the University of Minnesota WiFi network eduroam or UofM Secure (retired December 2017). For this reason, you must switch WiFi networks.

UofM-Guest is an unsecured network and does not allow access to most University applications, including MyU, University Gmail, Moodle, Canvas, Google Drive, and more. To use these resources, connect to the eduroam WiFi network, use a wired connection, or use a computer in a University computer lab. 

  1. In your WiFi or network settings menu, select eduroam, the preferred secure network at the University of Minnesota. eduroam is available to all current University students, faculty, and staff.
  2. Log in to eduroam using your full University email address (i.e. and password.
  3. If you are experiencing WiFi connection issues, please visit our WiFi Troubleshooting Guide.

Questions or need help connecting? 

Please contact Technology Help for your campus.  

Additional resources

Technology status

Find out if WiFi is experiencing a temporary interruption or degradation in service.

See the IT Service Status Site

Alumni WiFi connection

Are you an alumnus or former University employee experiencing WiFi connection issues? Please contact Technology Help at 612-301-4357 for a WiFi account reset.

Need help connecting to eduroam?

If your device is having trouble connecting to eduroam, download the easy-to-use eduroam configuration assistant tool (CAT tool) or contact Technology Help at or 612-301-4357.

Register a device

Register personal WiFi devices to connect to the University of Minnesota WiFi network. This service is for devices such as smart TVs, gaming systems, or streaming media devices. Register and manage your devices at You will need to use a WiFi or data connection other than UofM-Guest to complete this process. For assistance, contact Technology Help