Wi-Fi at Miami

Wi-Fi is one of the most important utilities IT Services provides to the University. As more coursework and administrative actions take place online, it’s imperative to have access to a robust, reliable network capable of handling heavy load.

There are several different networks at Miami that you will come in contact with:

  • MU-Wireless: The main network that you will use for most of your devices and purposes.
  • MU-Guest: A secure guest network that doesn’t require login for friends, colleagues, parents, and guests.
  • eduroam: A network supported by more than 600 universities in over 100 countries around the world. Using your Miami email address and password, you can log in to the eduroam network at any campus or location that offers it.
  • MU-Gaming: For gaming and television streaming devices, like Xbox or Roku.

Red button that says 'Report an issue with your Wi-Fi'

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We are constantly improving the Wi-Fi service. Adding new advances in technology, updated hardware, and more bandwidth are all ways we strive to provide the best connection to the faculty, staff, and students here at Miami.

Wi-Fi News

If you’ve visited Hoyt Hall or several dorms recently, you may have noticed signage asking about your current Wi-Fi experience. These signs are helping us gather crucial information about your experience with the Miami Wi-Fi service. We are not collecting any information other than what you give us. So please feel free to share!