Eduroam (education roaming) is a wireless service that allows students, staff, and faculty to use their own home institution’s wireless credentials to access wireless network services when visiting any other eduroam affiliated institution without having to set up a guest account.
Once set up and working at NSCC, it'll work at any other eduroam member institution in the world.
NSCC Users - Configuring eduroam on your device
Any of our students, faculty or staff wishing to use eduroam when travelling should configure their device prior to leaving.
Setup of a device for eduroam follows the normal wireless setup, with the following slight modifications:
Use “eduroam” as the SSID (also known as the network name)
Include the domain name in the username field (such as Wnumber@campus.nscc.ca) when logging into the eduroam service at another affiliated campus. This is required for your device to be successfully recognized
Once set up, the eduroam SSID will work on our campuses.
If you experience issues while attempting to access wireless service at another institution through the eduroam setup on your device, you need to contact our Technology Service Desk for assistance. Support services at other eduroam affiliated sites you may visit are not required under the eduroam agreement to provide major support - this is the sole responsibility of the home institution.
Needs to be set up at your own institution prior to visiting NSCC.
For any individual visiting NSCC Campuses, our implementation of eduroam utilizes WPA2/AES.
Please contact your home institution for any help or support and to obtain setup instructions particular to your institution.