Wi-Fi and internet access
Griffith Wi-Fi network is keeping you connected across five campuses and beyond.
Security and set up
All internet traffic is monitored and recorded against your Griffith account. See the University's Information Technology Code of Practice.
Follow our guides to connect your device and install Wi-Fi security settings (known as Wi-Fi certificates). You will need your Griffith username (sNumber) and portal password to connect.
About the set-up process:
- you must be on campus to set up and use the Griffith University Wi-Fi network
- instructions vary between devices and software versions
- we recommend updating your device to the latest software version before connecting
- secure access is powered by our partner, SecureW2
Visiting another educational institution? You may use the eduroam network if the institution is subscribed to the eduroam federation.
Eduroam is an agreement between educational institutions to share access to Wi-Fi networks.
Being part of eduroam federation allows all Griffith staff and students to connect to the eduroam network at these locations.
For a list of participating institutions, visit the eduroam website.
When on campus, use the Griffith University Wi-Fi network.
Eduroam network can be used by visitors from institutions that are part of the eduroam federation.
Public Wi-Fi is a free connection for all visitors. Access can be gained with a credit card or by redeeming a pre-paid voucher.
Both networks are equally reliable and secure.
Cyber Security Alert Service
Stay up-to-date with the latest cyber security news, threats and advisories here.
Alerts, news and advisories
- What is a technical support phone scam?
- Beware of fake COVID-19 emails giving out false facts and spreading misinformation
- Scammers targeting Australians by sending text messages themed around COVID-19
- Scammers are impersonating World Health Organisation in relation to the Coronavirus
- Australia Cyber Security Centre BlueKeep exploitation
- Test your knowledge with Google's phishing quiz
- ANU Data Breach information
- Is your password protected?
Keep your device up-to-date to protect from the latest exploits and vulnerabilities.