Subscribing to eduroam
A PDF review copy of the eduroam Connector Agreement is available.
Determine your eligibility for eduroam
Research and Education - Any U.S.-based research organization or education-related institution can join the InCommon eduroam roaming wireless service. This includes non-profit colleges and universities, museums, libraries, research labs, K-12 schools, and others. If you aren't sure if you are eligible, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Multi-campus universities and other organizations with multiple entities: Internet2 has connector agreements which allow multiple entities with a pre-existing legal or organizational ties to sign one common agreement (for example, a multi-campus university system). There are two versions of this group connector agreement. One allows for multiple institutions which all manage their own service instances. The other provides for organizations with one centralized service management. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Organizations outside of Research and Education - Any company or organization based in the U.S. can offer eduroam as a wireless access point (sometimes called a Service Provider. For more information about being an eduroam SP in the U.S., contact ANYROAM (the organization contracted by Internet2 to operate the U.S. eduroam infrastructure).
Please note: You do not have to join InCommon or Internet2 in order to subscribe to eduroam.
Sign Up for eduroam
Choose one of these three options:
Sign the eduroam Connector Agreement
The eduroam Connector Agreement (legal agreement to use eduroam in the U.S.) is available to sign via Docusign. A PDF review copy is available here.
Are you from a multi-campus university? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the appropriate agreement.
Sign Up for a 90-Day Evaluation
Please note: please complete this evaluation only if you are with your institution's IT staff and have sufficient authority to modify your institution's IT infrastructure to permit testing.
Don't forget to come back to sign the eduroam Connector Agreement before your 90-day trial period ends.
Service Provider Only
If you want to provide eduroam to your guests, but not to your own users, you can sign up as a "Service Provider Only." For this option, contact ANYROAM directly.
Determine your eduroam subscription Fee
- One-time Registration Fee - There is a $700 one-time registration fee for all eduroam subscribers, including Internet2 members. However, if your institution signs the agreement with no changes, we will waive this fee.
- Internet2 Higher Education members do not pay the eduroam subscription fees; eduroam is available as a member benefit to those organizations. Internet2 Higher Education members still must sign an eduroam Connector Agreement.
- Subscription Fees for organizations that are not Internet2 Higher Education members
- $0.10 (10 cents) per user per year, based on the "total enrollment" number from your IPEDS data (http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds). The minimum annual fee is $400.
- Organizations without IPEDS data will be billed based on the self-reported total number of students or employees