What is eduroam?
eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community.
eduroam is available for our staff and students to use while visiting other participating institutions. In addition, those visiting any of our campuses from a participating eduroam institution will be able to connect to the Internet through our eduroam system. At the current time, most universities participate in eduroam. However, most K-12 school districts do not. In fact, Carson City School District is one of the first if not the first K-12 school district in Nevada to have a working eduroam system in place. As additional school districts across the state jump on board, access to eduroam will become more widely available. To find a participating eduroam institution, please use the eduroam Locator Map.
eduroam is provided as a convenience for our traveling users and visitors from other participating eduroam institutions.
How do I connect?
On your device, go to the wifi settings screen and select eduroam.
Enter your district username in the form of (firstname.lastname@example.org) and your password.
When prompted, accept the certificate.
You should now be connected to the eduroam network.
Please note that eduroam is not available to CCSD staff and students while on a CCSD campus. It is intended to be used while visiting an outside institution.
The Department of Innovation & Technology is unable to troubleshoot non-district owned technology or reset the password for credentials from another organization.