University of Roehampton has four main dedicated, secure WiFi networks.
- uorstudent - for University of Roehampton students.
- uorstaff - for University of Roehampton staff
- glionstudent - for Glion students
- glionstaff - for Glion staff
You can also use uorguest, the open guest WiFi, if you are having issues with uorstudent or uorstaff
Please see the bottom of this article for information about connecting to uorguest.
- Once you've signed in, your device will remember your username and password, so you won't have to enter them every time you want to go online. However please remember to update your password on all your devices when you change your network account password.
How To Join The WiFi Network
For Apple Devices:
- From your Home screen, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
- Turn on Wi-Fi. Your device will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks.
- Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to join.
Enter your Roehampton username and password where prompted.
- You may be asked to Trust a certificate – please click “Trust” to proceed.
- After you join the network, you'll see a blue tick next to the network and the connected Wi-Fi icon in the upper corner of your display.
For Android Devices:
- Click "Settings" then select "Wireless & Networks" and "WiFi settings".
- If WiFi is not enabled, please enable it.
- Select the appropriate network from the list.
- Refer to the configuration guide below to ensure your settings are correct:
- If your Roehampton email address is email@example.com your username will be jsmith
|Identity||Your Roehampton username - for example jsmith|
|Anonymous Identity||It's OK to leave this blank|
WPA settings encryption type (if required)
|Privacy||Use device MAC|
|MAC address type||Phone MAC|
|CA Certificate||Do not validate|
|Online Certificate Status||Do not validate|
Any other setting doesn't need to be changed.
To connect to the UoR Guest Wi-fi network
To join this network you will need to sign in via a web page (splash page) which is accessible via Internet Explorer.
See the advice below
If you are using an Apple device
Having problems connecting to the WiFi network?
You may have to forget the WiFi network before connecting.