The Office of Information Technology recommends connecting to eduroam, the university’s secure Wi-Fi network, for faster and more secure access to Wi-Fi! Over the next few months, OIT will be making changes to wireless, giving you a better experience when connecting to eduroam.
Connect to eduroam. If you see eduroam on your laptop, phone, or mobile devices, sign in with your UT email address to get connected. Visit the OIT Knowledge Base for detailed instructions for signing into Eduroam on Windows or macOS, Android, and iOS (iPhone/iPad).
Older devices incapable of faster connections on eduroam can use the ut-open network. Remember, ut-open is a non-secure network, similar to what you might connect to at a restaurant or other public Wi-Fi. We recommend not using ut-open for anything you wouldn’t want an eavesdropper to know — including logging into accounts with passwords. Use ut-open for topics of conversation you would happily discuss in public.
If you are having trouble getting connected to eduroam, check out the OIT Knowledge Base for a few steps you can take.
If you have any questions or need help connecting to eduroam, contact the OIT HelpDesk at 865-974-9900.