As a visitor to the University of Chicago campus, there are seveal ways to gain access to the wireless network and, in several cases, other network services on campus.
Eduroam (“education roaming”) - is a free and secure global wireless access service for the Research & Education sector. It’s currently available at approximately 3,500 institutions worldwide. Faculty, students, and staff of research institutions and organizations that participate in eduroam will be able to log in to wireless at the University of Chicago using the credentials provided to them by their home institution.
Guest Network (GuestNet)
GuestNet is a free wireless access service through which faculty and staff can personally 'sponsor' a wireless guest for up to two weeks at a time. It allows no access to campus systems but provides basic internet connectivity for email, browsing, and network services.
Trusted Agent Services
The University divisions and some departments and groups on campus have designated Trusted Agents who are authorized to provide varying levels of account privileges, ranging from longer Guest Network (GuestNet) access to account services that are comparable to that of University faculty, students, and staff. Eligibility for Trusted Agent services generally requires a defined relationship with the division, department, or group, e.g., contractors or collaborators. A list of participating divisions, department, and groups with their corresponding Trusted Agent is available here: https://itservices.uchicago.edu/page/trusted-agents-list