These steps will demonstrate how to connect to Colgate's WiFi network on an Android device.


  • eduroam credentials - in Colgate’s case, an active network account (the same account used to access the Portal)
  • An Android device such as a smartphone or tablet


Below is an illustrated procedure you may choose to follow, but because the interface for Android Devices varies, the images below may not have the same look and feel as your Android phone or tablet.

You may want to use the information above to help you connect rather than follow the screen captures below.

Additional Notes

If your device requires any of the following details, enter the following:

  • EAP Method: PEAP
  • Phase2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2 or None
  • *CA Certificate: Use System Certificates (you may also need to leave a “unspecified” or “Don’t validate”
  • Domain:
  • Identity: enter your full Colgate email address
  • Anonymous Identity: leave this blank
  • Password: enter the password you use to log onto the portal
  • Advanced Options: No need to change any of the Advanced Options
  • Auto reconnect: select the option to automatically reconnect

Guest Access

Campus guests who do not have a network account:

Connect to Campus Network and Wi-Fi

About the eduroam Wi-Fi Network

eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. It is the primary Wi-Fi network for the Colgate community. Devices registered on Colgate’s eduroam network will automatically connect to the eduroam network at other institutions worldwide. For more information, visit:

Ask for Help

If you are unable to find the information you need in the documentation available online, the ITS Service Desk is available to assist.

Walk-in service is by appointment only.

Due to high volume, our ticket tracking service is the only way to ensure we respond in a timely manner to your questions. Thank you for your patience.