Eduroam is an international roaming service for users in research, higher education and further education. It provides researchers, teachers, and students easy and secure network access when visiting an institution other than their own. - Wikipedia
Log In Instructions
When you visit a participating eduroam institution, use your University of Nebraska at Kearney EASI credentials. For example:
To log on to an eduroam wireless network (SSID) listed as "eduroam", you must include @unk.edu or @lopers.unk.edu to enable eduroam to identify your affiliated University.
Likewise, visitors from member institutions can access UNK's wireless network by signing in through eduroam with their university account, such as email@example.com and their UNL password.
UNK ITS provides an automated "eduroam" on-boarding application that will allow your wireless device to connect to the "eduroam" SSID. Connect to GetConnected@UNK first and you will be redirected to the on-boarding application
It is strongly recommended that you configure your wireless device at UNK before you travel to a participating institution. When you are attempting to access a non-UNK eduroam network, support may be difficult to find, and UNK's ITS support staff will have limited ability to assist in trouble-shooting the connection.
Follow the link below for additional information.
NU-Guest is intended for use by campus visitors. University email accounts will not be permitted to create guest accounts. University Faculty, Staff, and Students should use eduroam for daily wireless access.