Amherst College users, if you want to use eduroam at other institutions, you must first connect to eduroam at Amherst.
Visitors to Amherst College from other eduroam institutions, you must have connected to eduroam at least once at your home institution to be able then to use it at Amherst College.
Amherst College users
- From the list of available wireless networks, select eduroam and, when prompted, enter your Amherst username, with "@amherst.edu" appended. For most people, this is synonmous with your Amherst email address, but not for all.
- If you have an email alias, such as for a preferred or alternate name, you must use your login username with "@amherst.edu" appended; not your email address.
- If you have an Amherst account but use a different domain for email (e.g. @fivecolleges.edu or @emilydickinsonmuseum), you must use @amherst.edu, not your email address.
- Accept any certificate exceptions or, in the case of iOS devices, tap Trust.
- You should now be connected to eduroam.
If you fail to connect, try forgetting the eduroam network and trying again. Android and Chromebook users should click the respective links below for further information about connecting to eduroam. If all else fails, please contact AskIT.
Visitors to Amherst from other eduroam institutions
Select eduroam from the available wireless networks and log in with your home institution email address and password.
Amherst users connecting to eduroam networks at other institutions
Once you've connected to eduroam on campus, you can go to any institution that offers eduroam and log in using the same process detailed here.