About Wi-Fi

University of Derby Wi-Fi Service - eduroam?

Eduroam is a wireless service.  It allows students, and staff to obtain internet connectivity across all the University of Derby sites.

Eduroam stands for Education Roaming.  It allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to access the internet at other participating organisations that they visit.

It's really simple too!  Your Derby username (followed by @derby.ac.uk) and password can be used at all institutions, which means that if you have used eduroam at one site, you are ready to go at any other academic institution that your visit.

For more information on eduroam and a list of participating sites, please visit www.eduroam.org

Who will be able to use the service?

Staff / Students - Any student or staff member at the University of Derby can use eduroam on the university campus or any other academic institution that uses the eduroam service.

For a full list of UK locations visit: https://www.jisc.ac.uk/eduroam/participating-organisations

For a full list of global locations please visit: https://www.eduroam.org/where/

Visitors - Please use the free service called The Cloud.  The accounts you use are created using The Cloud (a private company) rather that the University, and are completed using a self-registration method.

Code of Practice

While at a participating site, you are bound by the University of Derby's Code of Practice and the Acceptable Use Policy of the site you are visiting.

Failure to adhere to these policies could result in suspension of service at your home address site and disciplinary procedures.

Users must abide by the University of Derby's IT Acceptable Use Policy and ‌Data Code of Conduct.

How to connect to WiFi