Summary

eduroam is Bethel's secure wireless network. It is a service used by several other schools and provides the benefit of allowing users to connect to the internet at any other participating school simply by using their username and password. An increasing number of campuses are using eduroam which means you can stay connected with WiFi on their campus with your eduroam profile! Campuses with eduroam

Networks at Bethel

eduroam: This is our primary wireless network at Bethel. You will need to be an active Student, Staff, or Facutly in order to access this network.

Bethel eduroam: This is a "network" that our Bethel provided Windows laptops will connect to automatically without a username/password. It will only appear on these 

Bethel Guest: You guessed it, this is the guest/open network on campus. When this network is selected from a device a splash screen will appear (similar to connecting at a hotel or coffee shop). Not all devices can authenticate to Bethel-Guest on their own. Devices like Google Chromecast, Roku, Smart TVs, Game Consoles, Fire Sticks... will need to registered first before connecting to this network. Instructions can be found here: Register Devices.

Ethernet: This is a direct connection to our network using a Ethernet cable from a wall port or IP phone to the computer.

Students

Students will need to install eduroam on their computer to be able to connect to WiFi. For those using a Bethel owned computer, eduroam has already been pushed out to your device. All Bethel community members will need to follow the instructions to get eduroam on their mobile device.