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Eduroam Global Wi-Fi Network

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The University of Pittsburgh is a member of Eduroam, a fast, reliable, and secure global Wi-Fi network developed for the research and education community. Pitt students, faculty, and staff can connect to the internet via Eduroam while visiting thousands of participating universities and research facilities in more than 100 territories around the globe. Likewise, visitors from participating organizations can connect to the internet via Eduroam while working, studying, or conducting research at any University of Pittsburgh campus. No special visitor accounts are required.

Participating locations in Pittsburgh include:

  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Duquesne University
  • UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
  • UPMC Mercy
  • UPMC Montefiore
  • UPMC Presbyterian
  • UPMC Shadyside

Visit eduroam.org for additional information and available hotspots.

How to Connect

Pitt Associates Visiting a Participating Institution:

  1. Select Eduroam from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
  2. Enter your University email address and your University Computing Account password.

Visitors to Pitt from Participating Institutions (including UPMC):

  1. Select Eduroam from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
  2. Enter the email address and password from your home institution.

Requesting Support

For Eduroam supportincluding assistance with logins, resetting your password, and device configurationcontact your home institution's help desk.

Anyroam

Anyroam is an easy-to-use guest Wi-Fi service specifically for visitors who are not already affiliated with an organization participating in Eduroam. It provides an alternative to PittNet Guest Wi-Fi and does not require a password or a University-affiliated sponsor access. Visitors must configure their devices for Anyroam after they arrive on campus. To register for Anyroam, you need a phone number capable of receiving a text message.

IMPORTANT: Visiting Pitt from an institution that participates in Eduroam? Be sure to use Eduroam—not Anyroam—for Guest Wi-Fi at Pitt.

Guidelines