Wi-Fi access for U of T students, faculty and staff
U of T students, faculty and staff visiting other institutions
If you are visiting another institution that is part of the eduroam Wi-Fi network, log in to eduroam by entering [UTORid]@utoronto.ca (replace with your UTORid) and password.
Visitors to U of T
The eduroam network at U of T is intended for visiting scholars from other participating eduroam institutions. Visitors from participating institutions can connect to the eduroam Wi-Fi network using their home institution credentials.
Before leaving your home institution, check that your device can connect to the eduroam Wi-FI network. If you encounter any issues, contact your institution’s help desk for assistance.
For more information, visit the eduroam section of Information Commons’ wireless access page.
If you are hosting a conference at U of T and need Wi-Fi access for your attendees, email us to request a conference ID:
- St. George campus: email@example.com
- Mississauga campus: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Scarborough campus: email@example.com
For visitors who are unable to access the eduroam Wi-Fi network, guest UTORids can be sponsored by U of T faculty or staff members. These UTORids, which begin with “QQ” followed by six digits, can be used by visitors to connect to campus wireless for five days.
To create a guest UTORid, visit the guest UTORid page and follow the instructions.
Guest UTORids cannot be shared. Each guest UTORid can only be assigned to one visitor.
The University’s campus wireless network allows wireless devices to connect to the campus network using wireless/radio frequency technology. The campus wireless network does not support cellular technologies.
U of T supports the following Wi-Fi standards:
Usage of the campus wireless network is subject to all existing policies for the appropriate use of information technology.
For more information, please review the following: