While on campus and in the University Libraries, you have access to the CU Wireless Network. The Office of Information Technology is responsible for maintaining the campus area network and for connecting individuals and groups to University of Colorado network resources and the internet.
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CU-Boulder's wireless service is called UCB Wireless. UCB Wireless is available in approximately 90% of all indoor building space on campus and even on the Buff Bus. UCB Wireless is available to all CU-Boulder affiliates with an active IdentiKey.
Available to CU faculty, staff, students, and visitors from participating eduroam institutions.The eduroam service is a secure federated wireless network service available on the CU-Boulder campus or one of the hundreds of other institutions in both the United States and world-wide.
CU Faculty, staff and students: In order to initially connect to the eduroam SSID, CU-Boulder faculty, staff and students need to install software for security and compatibility purposes.
CU Visitors: Campus visitors from institutions participating in eduroam can simply select eduroam from their operating system Wi-Fi options and connect to eduroam using their institution's credentials. If you experience any issues with this while visiting CU-Boulder, please contact your home institution's service desk.
Guest Wireless allows campus guests quick and easy access to the Internet. Guests simply choose UCB Guest Wireless SSID, open a web browser, agree to Terms and Conditions of Use, and are immediately able to browse the Internet.
UCB Guest Wireless only provides general Internet use. Guests cannot access CU-Boulder resources that require on-campus connections, such as Library resources and other protected servers and services that are provided strictly for CU-Boulder affiliated students, faculty and staff members.
After 18 hours, guests are required to once again accept Terms and Conditions of Use.