Eduroam is an agreement between educational institutions to share access to their wireless networks. Being part of the eduroam federation allows all Griffith staff and students visiting another institution to connect to the eduroam Wi-Fi network using their portal username and password.
Eduroam for Griffith Staff and Students
eduroam is available at over 500 sites world wide, for a full list of eduroam participating institutions, please visit the
QUDIT in partnership with Griffith University and other state and private institutions have worked together to deploy eduroam at numerous health precincts across Queensland. Find out where.
Members of the Griffith community need to configure their device to connect to the eduroam network when onsite at Griffith. It can then be used when visiting other participating institutions. To view the connection guides for various operating systems, please visit the eduroam section of the Griffith Wi-Fi website.
Please check with visited institution's eduroam support pages for a list of resources available to you.
Visitors to Griffith University
If you're from another university or institution that uses eduroam, you can also connect to eduroam on all Griffith University campuses.
If you are visiting Griffith, you will need to check with your own IT support staff to ensure that your access is set up before you come.
To connect, go to the Wi-Fi settings on your device and select the eduroam network. Enter the login details as provided by your home institution.
When connecting to eduroam at Griffith, you are required to comply with our University Information Technology code of practice. This policy applies to all users of Griffith University Information Technology (IT) resources regardless of their relationship with the University and irrespective of whether those resources are accessed on or off-campus.
Network access for visitors is provided free of charge, however, it is limited to SSH , HTTP , mail and VPN services.