Answered By: Natsu Asakura
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2019     Views: 31

The Eduroam Service allows staff and students from member universities to access the WiFi of another member university when visiting that institution. Notre Dame staff and students can access the teaching and learning spaces (e.g. libraries and WiFi) at other Universities.  Almost all Australian universities are members of Eduroam.

The coverage/speed of Wi-Fi depends on the infrastructure of the university you are visiting.

Eduroam is only available to users over 18 years of age or those users who have acquired parental consent to use the "non-filtered" Internet access.
 

How to use Eduroam - Notre Dame Staff and Students

If you are visiting a neighbouring campus Eduroam allows access to their services and infrastructure.

  1. Check the network is shown on your device: Eduroam
  2. Log in to the network using the following details:

Username: studentnumber@nd.edu.au or staffnumber@nd.edu.au

Password: Same as your staff or student account
 

How to use Eduroam - Visiting Staff / Students

If you are visiting a Notre Dame campus Eduroam allows access to our services and infrastructure.

  1. Check the network is shown on your device: Eduroam
  2. Log in to the network using your institution’s user details:

Username: institution ID or email

Password: institution account password
 

Note: If you are having difficulties connecting Eduroam, please kindly contact your university and check your credentials. If your login ID and password are correct, but you are unable to connect to Eduroam, please contact the university you are visiting.
 

Please kindly contact your campus Service Desk if you require assistance.