The eduroam service allows traveling USC faculty, staff, students, and sponsored affiliates to connect securely to wireless networks, using their USC NetIDs (usernames) and passwords, at participating colleges and universities located in more than 60 countries around the world.
This service is available to all USC faculty, staff, students, and sponsored affiliates.
NOTE: ITS strongly recommends that you configure your device to connect to eduroam at USC before traveling to participating universities. If you need assistance with this configuration, contact the ITS Customer Support Center.
- eduroam offers a secure wireless network for USC researchers at participating remote institutions, using the researcher’s home credentials. No new usernames or passwords are required.
- eduroam is compatible with a number of devices, including Mac and Windows laptops, as well as iOS, Windows and Android mobile devices.
- No need to sign up. Simply configure your device using the pages in the “Connecting to eduroam” section in the side navigation on the right-hand side of this page prior to traveling.
- When you are at a participating institution, select eduroam as your wireless network.
- To log in, enter your USC NetID + @usc.edu (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org) and your USC NetID password. Your USC NetID is used to connect to services such as Workday and my.usc.edu.
A list of participating institutions is available here.
This service is available to all USC faculty, staff, students and sponsored affiliates.
eduroam is a WPA2-encrypted wireless network. For more information on data security while using eduroam, see the eduroam website.
For assistance, please contact the ITS Customer Support Center.
eduroam is a free service.