KU IT provides a public wireless network for campus visitors, along with the eduroam network for visitors from member institutions. You can connect to KU Wi-Fi networks indoors and in many outdoor spaces by selecting the KUGUEST or eduroam network from the wireless list on your computer or mobile device. The eduroam network requires signing in using credentials from a member institution.
Campus visitors can print and scan using multifunction devices (MFDs) in computer labs and KU Libraries locations across the Lawrence and Edwards campuses.
Scanning is free, and scanned documents can be saved to a thumb drive or sent to your KU email address. Printing costs are $0.10 per side for black and white and $0.50 for color.
Most IT services are restricted to KU students, faculty and staff. The IT Customer Service Center provides tech help for limited services available to campus visitors, such as GUEST WiFi and on-campus printing.
Sponsored Temporary Accounts
Some long-term visitors to the University of Kansas may be eligible for KU email and access to select campus systems through a Sponsored Temporary Account (STA).
KU IT requires the Sponsored Temporary Account to be tied to the individual user, and the user must be sponsored by a campus department.