Information for Sussex staff and students visiting other institutions with eduroam

You must check that your laptop or mobile device is set up and working with eduroam at Sussex before you try to use it anywhere else. If you have not already connected, follow the “green sheet” guide to registering on eduroam.

If you need help when you are away from Sussex, you will not be given support by the institution you are visiting, which is why you must get eduroam working before you go.

You should also check that the university or institution you are visiting is using eduroam.

For institutions in the UK:

For institutions in the rest of the world:

Make sure that you know your Sussex username and password, as you will need to enter this information to connect to an eduroam network at another institution.


Your username is your standard Sussex username. The eduroam domain for Sussex is (so if your username is "user99", you would enter

(Note for staff - this may be different to your email address)

Your standard Sussex password (as you would use to login to Sussex Direct)

(If present) must be left blank

Encryption settings

If you have trouble connecting to eduroam when visiting other institutions, you may need to change the encryption settings on your computer. For more information, see our technical information page.

Updated on 17 January 2013