Using a lot of VLANs on campus networks has become popular for deploying many logical networks over minimal fibers/cables. A campus-wide Wi-Fi system, for example, requires a lot of VLANs for separating the access networks from other campus networks and for realizing a sophisticated access control such as guest-/home-users separation and security filtering. The requirement is high especially when a network roaming system, such as eduroam, is introduced. The conventional VLAN based on IEEE802.1Q has some limitations, and the system configuration work is laborious. In this paper, we propose a flexible campus VLAN system based on Open Flow to solve the problems. In addition, we introduce a prototype system and show evaluation results. As the results, we confirm that the proposed system can realize flexible network configurations and sophisticated access control with a much simplified network management work.