hi yes i do, but how do i reverse port forward?do you have access to another linux computer, which you can ssh to from both your pc and the raspberrypi? Then you could use a reverse port forward to use this computer as a gateway.
i actually have that i initially used that to connect to raspberry pi..but i wanted to extend its capabilities and rangeGet a cheap router (unless you already own one) with this you can create your own local intranet (not to be confused with "internet") this should link your computer and Pi with Wifi access without involving the University's own internet access.
To test if a reverse proxy would work try:
1.) run ssh from the pi and create a reverse port forward:
ssh -R 12345:localhost:22 gatewayuser@gateway
keep this connection running
2.) connect from your pc to the gateway
and now on the gateway use
ssh -p 12345 piuser@localhost
This assumes you have reset the port of ssh to the standard port 22.
The -R creates a reverse tunnel pointing from gateway on port 12345 to the pi on port 22.
Later on you can automate it using ssh-keyfile for passwordless login to the gateway and autossh to automaticaly create the reverse proxy. In linux you could create on your computer a config file for ssh to create a shortcut for the second connection. But I do not know which ssh client you are using.