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Morris College's computer policies seek to achieve the legitimate and proper use of the institution's computing resources. These policies are intended to legitimately maximize the interests and rights of all computer users.
Computing resources that are the property of Morris College are intended for support of the instructional and administrative programs of the institution. Examples of computing resources are system and campus computing facilities and networks, electronic mail, Internet services, computer laboratories, office and residence hall workstations and the College's databases. Users of the College's computing services, databases and facilities are responsible for appropriate and legal use. Appropriate use of system computing resources means:
Negligent or intentional conduct leading to disruption and/or damage of electronic networks or information systems, as defined by this policy, may result in the loss of computing privileges. If a violation of appropriate use occurs, a warning will first be given notifying the individual that his/her action violates policy and that his/her access will be suspended if the action continues. The College's policies on misconduct or inappropriate behavior, as described in the Personnel Policy Handbook for Morris College or the Morris College Student Handbook, shall be followed if the need to suspend computing privileges of faculty, staff, or students should occur. However, if the security and operation of the computing systems or networks are jeopardized, access may be immediately cancelled.
Inappropriate computer uses that are prohibited include, but are not limited to, the following: