Wireless Access for Visitors

Visitors who wish to use their personal computers and mobile devices for Wi-Fi access to the Internet at the IU Libraries have several options depending on their status.
IU provides free Wi-Fi access to the Internet and electronic mail in selected locations through the AT&T wireless service, available to all visitors.  For more information, see How Can IU Visitors Connect to AT&T Wireless Free of Charge?  This service does not allow access to library subscription databases, electronic books, or electronic journals. You may request a Library Guest Account, which provides access to these subscription-based resources on library-owned workstations.

Guests at the Indiana Memorial Union (IMU) hotel and participants in some conferences held there can get temporary accounts during their stays. This provides access to the IMU wireless network.  Guests should contact the hotel front desk.

Visitors who are affiliated with a specific department may request that the department sponsor an Affiliate Account.  This account is intended for researchers, contractors, and others who are affiliated with IU Bloomington, but are not IU faculty and staff.

Visitors from IUPUI and other IU campuses may use the network just as IU Bloomington students, faculty and staff.  For more information, see About Wireless Connections to the Internet At IU.

Indiana University and Purdue University allow researchers and visitors wireless access to their own networks from each campus.  For details, see Wireless Access at Indiana University and Purdue University.

Visitors from other colleges and universities that are members of eduroam may log in to the eduroam network with their existing credentials. For more information, see About eduroam at Indiana University or your home institution's instructions on using eduroam.