Halls of Residence Network Connections
Internet access is available in all Halls of Residence rooms either via a WiFi connection (eduroam) or wired network port in rooms. These pages will explain how to use the internet connection in your halls.
We are installing Wi-Fi in all Halls of Residence as quickly as possible and are aiming to complete before the beginning of next session (Monday 22 September 2014). Until this is complete, there are two routes to connecting to the UCL Network (and the Internet) in the Halls of Residence - Wired or Wireless (Wi-Fi).
eduroam WiFi is available at the following Halls:
Anne Stephenson House
- Arthur Tattersall House
- Astor College
- Campbell House East
- Campbell House West
- Denys Holland House
- Frances Gardner House
- Goldsmid House
- Ian Baker House
- Ifor Evans
- James Lighthill House
- John Dodgson House
- John Tovell House
- Langton Close
- Neil Sharpe House
- New Hall (Caledonian Road)
- Prankerd House
- Ramsay Hall
If your Halls is one of the above then you will have a wireless access point box in your room (Aruba 93H).
Connecting your device or computer to eduroam WiFi
eduroam works on most computers, smartphones and tablets. View our eduroam connection guides for instructions on how to connect your device.
Wired network connections are provided in the following Halls:
- Max Rayne (Wi-Fi In Progress)
- Schafer House (Wi-Fi In Progress)
If your Halls is one of the above then you will have a wired network data socket in your room which looks similar to a phone socket.
Help & Self-service resources
Please contact the ISD Service Desk for technical help and not your Halls manager or staff.
About Halls of Residence Network Connections
Please be aware that in order to enforce fair and acceptable use of the WiFi connections in halls there is a bandwidth contract in place.
All connections to the UCL Halls of Residence Service are in accordance with the UCL Computing Regulations