eduroam Wireless Access
Beginning December 18, 2020, eduroam is the wireless signal available for all students, faculty, and staff at CCU on main campus. Additionally, visitors from other eduroam participating campuses can easily access this signal using the same credentials they use at their participating institution.
The previous wireless network, called CCUnwired is being replaced by eduroam. To allow for a smooth transition for the CCU community, the CCUnwired wireless network will remain available until Jan. 29, 2021. Access to CCUResNet in University Housing locations will not change.
Access to eduroam is available on campus in all locations where there is Wi-Fi. After you successfully log into eduroam, you will have internet access (some restrictions apply).
How to Access eduroam on..
These instructions will assist you in connecting to the eduroam wireless network on your Android mobile device or Chromebook.
- Go to your android or chromebook wi-fi settings by selecting Settings > Wi-Fi.
- From the list of connections, select eduroam.
- Enter the following information, and click on Connect.
- EAP Method: PEAP
- Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2
- CA Certificate: Do not validate
- Identity: your CCU email address (e.g., email@example.com)
- Password: your CCU password
- Your mobile device is now connected to eduroam.
All Other Devices
- On your device, go to the Wi-Fi settings screen and select eduroam.
- Enter in your CCU email address in the form of firstname.lastname@example.org and your password.
- When prompted, verify your home institution's certificate (for CCU users, it contains safeconnect.coastal.edu) and then accept it.
- You should now be connected to the eduroam network.
- If you don't already have the SafeConnect Policy Key installed, you will be prompted to download and install it with the first web page you attempt to visit. If you are not prompted automatically, try visiting a non-coastal web page.
Members of CCU visiting other organizations should enter their username as email@example.com and then use their CCU password.
Some organizations may require a visiting user to download a small application on their computer before they can access the eduroam signal.
The Office of Information Technology Services and Student Computing Services is unable to troubleshoot or reset the password for credentials from another organization.
If you are a visitor and your organization does not participate in eduroam, consider connecting to the CCUguest network by contacting the ITS Service Center at 843-349-5000.
ITS recommends forgetting the CCUnwired network on your computer or mobile device(s). Access your network or Wi-Fi settings on your device, and select CCUnwired network and choose “forget.” Then, follow the instructions above to connect to eduroam.
Participating Institutions Using eduroam
A full list of Universities and other educational institutions, utilizing the 'eduroam' wireless signal can be found on the eduroam website.