UChicago-Secure and Eduroam are secure wireless University of Chicago networks University faculty, students, and staff can access while on campus. Both of these networks are secure networks, meaning that data is encrypted between the wireless access point and the user’s device.
In the absence of a physical network jack port, a staff member will use a secure wireless network to access the internet for a meeting in another building.
Payment card information cannot be transmitted on either of these wireless networks.
University of Chicago – IT Services) (https://itservices.uchicago.edu/policies/acceptable-use-policy ): lays out The University of Chicago’s Acceptable Use Policy and explains how copyrighted information should not be illegally shared on The University’s network.
- University of Chicago – Answers ( https://answers.uchicago.edu/page.php?id=19490 ): explains how to connect to a secure wireless network
- University of Chicago – Answers (http://answers.uchicago.edu/page.php?id=16626 ): explains how to connect to the Eduroam network
- University of Chicago – Answers (http://answers.uchicago.edu/page.php?id=16382 ):includes a list of wireless FAQs which will help with some common questions