On Wednesday, June 6th, we will decommission the TCU Personal wireless network for current faculty/staff personal devices. If you have a personal device that is still connected to the TCU Personal network, we recommend that you transition over to eduroam before the old system is taken out of service. Please, review the brief instructions below on how to connect to eduroam when you are on campus.
Why are we doing this?
In order to make onboarding your personal devices easier, we are moving to a new system that minimizes the connection process. Moving to eduroam means that you will no longer be limited to connecting four personal devices like you were with the previous system. This new network is also available in hundreds of institutions across the world which will provide you with guest Internet access when you visit other eduroam campuses.
What is eduroam?
The eduroam network is a secure world-wide roaming wireless service, available at campus locations, that was developed for the international research and education community. Once you are connected to eduroam, you can enjoy secure Wi-Fi access at TCU, and other participating educational institutions across the globe.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the IT Support HelpDesk for assistance using the information listed below.