Windows Wireless Access
Connecting Your Windows Computer to Wireless
Using a Laptop with Windows
If you have a computer with the newest image running Windows 10, please follow these instructions:
- Click on the wireless icon on your taskbar. This is found in the bottom right corner of your screen.
- A bar will appear on the right side of the screen displaying available connections. Select eduroam and click “Connect”. NOTE: By checking “Connect automatically”, your computer will remember eduroam as your main connection while on a College of the Fenway campus.
- You will be prompted to enter in your username. You will use your full Wentworth email address and password to login to this network. Ensure that you are adding “@wit.edu” at the end of your Wentworth username when logging on.
Please note: We ask that you make sure that "Use my Windows user account" is not selected if your login looks like the Windows 8 version below, as checking the box will result in your account not being authenticated:
Not sure if you are already connected to eduroam?
Click on the wireless icon in the bottom right of your screen. eduroam should appear in the wireless connections sidebar. If LeopardGuest or another network name appears, right-click on this network and select “Forget this Network” and follow the instructions above. If eduroam does not appear in the list of connections or is unavailable, please visit the Technology Services Help Desk for additional assistance.
NOTE: If you are using another version of Windows not mentioned above, please visit the Technology Services Help Desk for assistance connecting to eduroam.