The University of Melbourne provides wireless network access to staff, students and visitors across all University buildings and grounds.
Below you will find guides that explain how to connect to the University's wireless networks.
The UniWireless network allows staff and active students to connect to the University's computing resources and the Internet.
Eduroam is a global initiative that gives staff and students access to the wireless networks of other educational and research institutions, with the credentials of their home institute.
The Visitor network provides easy access to the Internet for short-term visitors to the University, such as academics, contractors, and conference delegates that do not have an eduroam eligible account.
Note: Connect2UoM provides instructions to setup your device on the wireless network
This is the University of Melbourne’s wireless network system (the network). Access to the network, including all related equipment, networks, and network devices (including internet access) and electronic resources at the University of Melbourne is restricted to employees, students, or other individuals authorised by the University. In addition to these terms, supplementary terms set out on a University website may apply to your access and use of that website. By accessing and using a University website you agree to be bound by and comply with the applicable terms.
This network may be monitored by the University for the following activities:
- to ensure that the use is authorised;
- for the management of the network and related University systems and services;
- to investigate the use of the network for breach of any laws or University policies;
- to assist in obtaining analytical data relating to the use of the network and the physical University campus, eg future planning for space/infrastructure management.
In carrying out these activities personal information may be collected including (but not limited to) the following: account usernames, IP addresses, MAC addresses and network activity. For more information regarding how the University collects and uses personal information, please see the University’s website privacy statement
University policies can be found at: https://policy.unimelb.edu.au
University processes can be found at: https://au.promapp.com/unimelb
Unauthorised use is prohibited and may result in administrative and/or legal action. If you do not understand this notice, disconnect immediately, do not proceed further and contact the Service Centre on +61 8344 0888.
These terms apply to the use of University computer systems, equipment, networks, network devices and electronic services and resources.