Get connected: eduroam is the new campus Wi-Fi

August 6, 2021

As you return to campus, eduroam is now the primary Wi-Fi service for the best connection and access to the campus network. There are a few steps to follow, but once you have done this the first time, your device should automatically use eduroam whenever you are within an area where it is provided. 

Connect to eduroam

To access campus Wi-Fi, a key or password is needed. Follow these steps to get your auto-generated password. Note: there is not an option to create your own password.

For those returning to campus:

  1. Use your CalNet ID to log into the Wi-Fi key website(link is external).
  2. Click on your username, a new row will appear with an option to print.
  3. Select “Print” to reveal your password, copy this to use when logging into eduroam. Watch this short video for help(link is external).
  4. Choose “eduroam” from the Wi-Fi network options on your device, enter username (YourCalNetID@berkeley.edu(link sends e-mail)) and your password. 

For those new to campus:

  1. Use your CalNet ID to log into the Wi-Fi key website(link is external).
  2. Select “Create New Guest Account.”
  3. Enter your User ID into the Your User ID field, it must match the ID listed above it.
  4. Leave Account Activation option set to “Now” then click “Create.”
  5. The next screen will show you an automatically generated password for use with eduroam.
  6. Choose “eduroam” from the Wi-Fi network options on your device, enter username (YourCalNetID@berkeley.edu(link sends e-mail)) and your password. 

For more information visit: technology.berkeley.edu/wi-fi.