The same information should work for other network utilities like netctl, and usually applies to Linux-based phones as well (such as Android).
The problem is that the default NetworkManager ncurses client, nmtui, doesn't support adding WPA2 enterprise connections yet. If you prefer to use a GUI, you can install nm-connection-editor (as it is called in the Arch repositories). Otherwise, you can manually edit the relevant configuration file, as shown below.
You can get your AirBears2 password at Manage My Keys.
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~ λ sudo cat /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/AirBears2 [connection] id=AirBears2 uuid=224779e9-6295-425a-aee2-7d26d8c284e4 type=wifi permissions= secondaries= [wifi] mac-address-blacklist= mac-address-randomization=0 mode=infrastructure seen-bssids= ssid=AirBears2 [wifi-security] group= key-mgmt=wpa-eap pairwise= proto= [802-1x] altsubject-matches= anonymous-identity=<CALNET-ID> eap=peap; identity=<CALNET-ID> password=<AIRBEARS2-PASSWORD> phase2-altsubject-matches= phase2-auth=mschapv2 [ipv4] dns-search= method=auto [ipv6] addr-gen-mode=stable-privacy dns-search= ip6-privacy=0 method=auto