Connecting to Eduroam



eduroam is a Wi-Fi network at St. Cloud State University and many other universities in the United States and abroad. St. Cloud State students, faculty and staff can use it on most other Minnesota State campuses and many campuses across the nation using their StarID and password. 

Visitors from other eduroam-participating colleges and universities can access eduroam at St. Cloud State using the usernames and passwords from their home institutions.

Before traveling to another eduroam-participating institution, we recommend signing onto eduroam at your home campus with each device you will be using, to be sure everything works.

St. Cloud State faculty, staff and students should continue to use HuskyNet Secure while on campus. If you have recently visited another institution, used eduroam, and are now having trouble accessing resources on our campus make sure that you are connected to HuskyNet Secure and not eduroam.




First time connection

You may need to use the eduroam configuration assistant the first time you use a device to connect (you won’t have to do this again). Some devices, especially those running Windows older than Windows 10, may require the use of eduroam’s configuration assistant to make eduroam work. Note that this requires administrative privileges on your device.


  1. Go to
  2. Click/tap the “eduroam user: download your eduroam installer” button.
  3. Select Minnesota State Colleges and Universities as your Home Institution.
  4. Click Download your eduroam installer for your operating system
  5. Enter the following when prompted: Username: or (for example, Password: your StarID password
  6. Go to your device’s Wi-Fi setting and select eduroam
  7. Your device is connected to eduroam and will automatically connect at eduroam-participating institutions.



Connecting to the eduroam network

Connect to the eduroam network for the first time from your home campus. Once connected, you will then be able to use eduroam on any other campus that offers it.

  1. On your device, select the eduroam from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
  2. You will be prompted to sign onto the network. Enter the following for credentials:
    • Username/Identity: (employees) or (students)
    • Password: your StarID password.
  3. You may be prompted to accept a security certificate. If this happens, verify that the certificate is from If so, click OK to accept.

Depending on your device, you may need to enter some or all of the settings below:

  • Security: 802.1x EAP
  • EAP Method: TTLS
  • Phase-2 Authentication: PAP or GTC
  • Proxy Settings: none
  • IP Settings: DHCP
  • CA Certificate: Use system certificates
  • Domain:
  • Anonymous Identity: not needed, leave blank



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Fri 12/11/20 10:28 AM
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