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Technology Basics for Students

This guide is intended to help CUA Law students get started using technology in the law school.


CUA-Secure is the University's authorized wireless network.

  • You must use CUA-Secure in order to print from your laptop in the law library.

To login to CUA-Secure, enter your CUA user name and password:

  • Identity = CUA user name
  • Anonymous identity: leave this blank
  • Password: CUA network password

Access to CUA-Secure is restricted to current Catholic University of America students, faculty, and staff.

Unable to login?

You may need to reset your password. Use the link below. After resetting, be sure to that your browser does not auto fill the old password. Delete the password and enter the new password you just created.

Android & Chromebook Access to CUA-Secure

Use the link below for instructions on connecting to CUA-Secure on your Android or ChromeOS device.


Eduroam (“education roaming”) is a secure worldwide wireless access service that enables students, faculty, and staff to use their home institution's credentials to connect to the Internet from any institution that participates in Eduroam. CUA is an active Eduroam member.

Catholic University students, faculty, and staff who plan to visit an institution that has Eduroam can connect to Eduroam at that institution using their Cardinal Credentials. (Note: You must enter your full Catholic University e-mail address when you log in.)

Verify that the institution you're visiting is a participating member of the Eduroam network at the link below.

CUA Guest Wifi

CUA Guest is the University's open-access wireless network. You cannot print  from CUA Guest. 

Technology Questions?

Judge Kathryn J. DuFour Law Library / 3600 John McCormack Road N.E., Washington, DC 20064 / 202-319-5155