If you are a UW faculty or staff member, you can assign temporary UW NetIDs to visitors for the purpose of accessing the UW’s Wi-Fi networks.
- Temporary UW NetIDs are only for people who do not have permanent UW NetIDs and will only need access for a short period of time (up to 3 months).
- For people who need longer-term access or access to UW NetID services other than Wi-Fi, you may sponsor the creation of a permanent personal UW NetID.
- When you assign a temporary UW NetID to an individual or group, you are agreeing to inform those individuals about the ethical use of computers and networks.
- Before you use this service, you should read and understand your support roles and responsibilities.
There are two types of temporary UW NetIDs you can assign:
- Personal temporary UW NetID – A UW NetID that is assigned to a single person for wireless access. Examples: A visiting professor, a visiting vendor giving a demo, a person taking a class for two weeks.
- Shared temporary UW NetID – A UW NetID that is assigned to a specific group of people for a short time. Examples: Wi-Fi access for conferences, a specific meeting scheduled for non-UW people requiring Wi-Fi access.
Visitors who are affiliated with a participating Eduroam campus or institution can also access the UW Wi-Fi network through that service.