Date Published: October 7, 2013
By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations
By now you should have heard about eduroam, the new campus wireless service that is replacing TigerNet. CCIT has begun the phaseout of TigerNet, which will be unavailable for many users on Oct. 16.
What you need to do
So that you can access wireless service on campus, download eduroam on your electronic devices – laptops, iPad, Smartphones – that use wireless service.
Visit http://wireless.clemson.edu to download eduroam, access frequently asked questions and view more information.
Access eduroam at participating institutions
In addition to offering network access on campus, eduroam will allow you to automatically obtain wireless Internet access at participating institutions around the world. Students and faculty from participating institutions can enjoy the same benefit when visiting Clemson.
eduroam service is currently available at more than 5,500 locations worldwide.
Short for education roaming), eduroam is a secure, world-wide roaming Internet access service developed for the international research and education community.
Have questions? Contact your local support staff, or email the CCIT Support Center at email@example.com.