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The University provides both wireless and wired internet access for guests. This includes contractors, visiting faculty, conference attendees, etc.
There are three methods for accessing the internet through the University's network: eduroam, a sponsored guest ID or self-registering for an account for the day.
Eduroam is a secure, world-wide WiFi service intended for education and research communities. Anyone that is part of a participating institution can connect to and use the eduroam wireless network at any other participating institutions anywhere in the world.
If you are traveling you must sign up at our University before you leave to visit another campus.
If you are visiting from another university that is a member of eduroam, you can connect to the internet through our eduroam wireless network. Eduroam is available in all university buildings, including the dorms.
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Sponsored Guest ID
If you are going to be on campus for more than a couple days, you may request a sponsored account. The UTC sponsor will request an ID be created for you. Sponsored guest IDs can be created for one to seven days in length and can be used for as many devices as needed. The sponsor will need an email address to create the account.
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Self-registered accounts are good for the one device used to create the account.
If more than one device needs internet access, a new account must be created on each device.
Self-registered accounts are good for the rest of the day and expire at 3 a.m. the following morning.
To create a self-registered account, connect to the "UTC" wireless network or an ethernet jack on the wall. An attempt to browse the web will result in a redirection to the registration portal. On the portal there is a "Visiting Guests" link, after which the resulting page will show another link for "Sign up your own account."
Self-registered accounts require a name, email, phone number and a reason for the visit. The phone number must be a real number. The account access code will be sent as a text message to the phone number.