For students, faculty, and staff who travel to other universities, the New School has has eduroam. Eduroam is a secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community that allows New School students, faculty, and staff to use the wireless networks at other member institutions all over the world. When visiting another member institution, if you see the ‘eduroam’ network name, connect to it and sign in with your New School email address (“YourNetID@newschool.edu”) and your NetID password to obtain access.
Locally, New York University (NYU) and Columbia University offer eduroam access.
Visitors to the New School campus from other eduroam member institutions can access the ‘eduroam’ network at The New School by signing in with their home institution username, including the “@institution” part (e.g., email@example.com) and home institution password.
For locations in the United States, see list of US eduroam organizations
For locations in the rest of the world, see list of eduroam organizations by country
Connecting for New School visitors
Connecting for New School travelers
Note: Internet2 (https://internet2.edu) offers the eduroam service in the United States. When you travel outside of the United States, Internet2 may transfer your user information (i.e., your username and home institution name, such as "firstname.lastname@example.org") to third parties as needed to fulfill its obligations in providing the service. By using the eduroam service, you consent to (1) the use of your user information for this purpose, and (2) the transfer of your user information within and outside of the United States, including to countries and jurisdictions around the world.