University of Exeter Wifi
The Wireless Network (WiFi)
The University runs a wireless network which is freely available to Exeter University students, staff and guests offering flexible access to online resources via laptop, tablet and other wireless devices.
Where can I access WiFi?
The University of Exeter Wi-Fi service covers the majority of the Streatham and St. Luke’s campuses.
How do I connect to WiFi?
There are 3 wireless networks for Exeter University staff and students to connect to: eduroam, UoE_Guest and UoE_Open.
eduroam – This is recommended as the default for staff and students across the University. This connection also allows visiting academics and students access to the Internet using their own usernames. For further information see our eduroam setup pages.
UoE_Guest – The UoE_Guest network provides a convienient way for University guests to access WiFi. You will need to provide a name and e-mail address, you will then be sent an e-mail to confirm your guest registration, once confirmed you will have access for 24 hours. UoE_Guest Instructions pdf
UoE_Open – This is a legacy network shortly to be decommissioned.
University of Exeter Wifi and network
We run a high speed network service across all our campuses. This allows you to connect to various University resources such as email, fileshares and internal University of Exeter systems, as well as providing external Internet access.
We also provide Wi-Fi across our campuses so that you can connect to the Internet when you are on the move.
What would you like to do?
- Access Wi-Fi and see where it’s available
- Access the Internet in your halls of residence
- Access the Network off-campus with VPN
All requests for installing new data and telephony cabling/sockets should be made via the Campus Service Helpdesk, where you will need to fill in a Campus Services “Request for Estimate” form. Campus Services will liaise with Exeter IT to provision your service.
Security, regulations and policy
Please note that by connecting to the University Network you are agreeing to our IT Regulations and Policies. Network security is of paramount importance to the University of Exeter, and the network has been designed with security in mind. The Information Security pages describe the University security policies in more detail.