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eduroam for K-12, Libraries, and Museums

Streamlined eduroam on-ramp for for K-12, libraries, and museums

A new way to bridge the digital divide
for K-12, libraries, and museums

Regional and state-wide organizations working to provide eduroam for their K-12, library and museum constituents.

Quick Facts about eduroam Support Organizations

Please note: You do not have to be an Internet2 member or InCommon Participant in order to subscribe to eduroam.

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Expanding eduroam to additional communities

The true value of eduroam increases with its ubiquity. Having eduroam in every primary and secondary educational institution, library, and public space boosts the value proposition of the service immensely and regional networks and community anchor institutions present a unique and powerful opportunity to address this scaling challenge. At the same time, we can help increase the impact of community services, and the community that provides them. K12s as well as libraries and museums that are part of the K12 ecosystem have thus far been underserved by eduroam in the US. eduroam Support Organizations leverage their existing relationships with K12s, libraries, and museums to address this need

Simplified business model for eduroam Support Organizations

To better enable eduroam Support Organizations to serve these communities, this program provides them with a simplified business model, training and resources to build the expertise of their staff, and ongoing support. 

Key benefits of Support Organizations include:


The features regarding eduroam Support Organizations fall into three categories. 

Simplified contracting and fee structure

Support to help you get out of the starting blocks

Ongoing resources for continued success

Want to get started today but not ready to fully deploy? There’s an on ramp!

Maybe the Support Organization sounds like a good fit for your community but you only have a handful of schools that are interested in eduroam right now. Maybe you need some time to lay the groundwork for a statewide deployment. If so, we have an on-ramp for you! An on ramp Support Organization can sign the SO agreement with an on ramp Amendment and participate in a limited way for an initial ramp period where you can sign up to five K12 districts. After spending a year working with your pilot schools and gearing up to take your efforts statewide, you’ll join the next Support Organization cohort. There’s no need to sign additional agreements – you will automatically become a full Support Organization, and will be invoiced at your state’s rate. If you decide the program isn’t for you then you can opt out and spin down your pilot schools with no further obligation.