Student Handbook, use of computing and electronic resources

Administrative Policies

Once a person becomes a student and, therefore, a member of the College community, the student is asked to abide by the administrative practices of the College. Failure to abide by these and other administrative policies may result in disciplinary action being taken against the student(s) or group responsible for the violation(s). College policies are published in many different forms such as the College Catalog, and the Resident Student Handbook, the Guidelines for Community Living, and by various offices including the ARAMARK Dining Services, the Office of Student Records, Computer Support Services, IGC Standards and Conditions for Affiliation, and the business offices.  Because these policies are rather extensive in number, students are advised to inquire of the College staff before they invest time, money or material in any endeavor. Students are specifically advised that College policies exist regarding:

  1. Building Hours, Use of Facilities, Equipment and Vehicles - Students must abide by the check‑in and check‑out procedures for College housing and the hours posted for the use of other buildings and events. Likewise, College facilities, equipment, and vehicles are provided for particular uses, which are reflected in the policies, which govern the use of these facilities equipment and vehicles; therefore, any misuse is prohibited.  At all times students are expected to behave in appropriate ways on the Campus especially in the Centennial Room, Fitness Center, Pool, Computer Labs, etc.
  2. College Logo - No one may use the name of the College, its logo, seal, trademarks or other forms of official representation in ways, which would suggest that they are affiliated with, endorsed by or represent the College without authority granted to them by the College.
  3. Failure to Comply with an Official Request - Students are expected to make reasonable efforts to comply with the requests of College staff and/or designee whenever these College personnel are acting in the performance of their job responsibilities.
  4. Guests - Students, by inviting or allowing a guest to come to the College, assume responsibility for their guest's behavior while he/she is on the campus or involved in a College-sponsored event.  The College reserves the right to have its staff ask any person who is not a member of the College community to leave the buildings and/or grounds of the College, and to stay away from such areas, if the presence of such a person is judged to be the cause of disruption(s) of the fundamental operations of the College or if such a person has violated the policies of the school.
  5. ID Cards - Students must have in their possession at all times a valid student identification card and are required to identify themselves upon the request of any staff member.  These cards and their use are not transferable.
  6. Keys - Unauthorized possession or use of keys for College buildings, facilities, vehicles and/or equipment is prohibited. Likewise, no key belonging to the College may be reproduced  or loaned to any other person without specific written permission from the Department of Public Safety.
  7. Motor Vehicle Registration and Parking - Students who possess a motor vehicle must properly register it with the Department of Public Safety.  Students are expected to follow all parking regulations.
  8. Solicitations - Students should receive approval from the Student Affairs Office for any solicitation to be conducted on Campus or any solicitations to be made off Campus in which the College's name will be used.
  9. Use of Computing and Other Electronic Resources - The unauthorized use of computing resources is prohibited, including, but not limited to duplication of copyrighted material, unauthorized access to or alteration of records, unauthorized use of electronic communication equipment or networks and the assisting of others in any of these actions either intentionally or unintentionally. Students are expected to use campus computer and electronic resources (such as e‑mail, voice mail, PCs, programs and software) in responsible ways and in a manner consistent with the mission of the College. For additional usage guidelines see: