The primary purpose of computer lab resources is for academic research, study, and doing class assignments. Lab users have a right to expect a quiet, clean, academic lab environment. These guidelines are intended to clarify the responsibilities of lab users towards this end.
- All activities must adhere to the guidelines for “Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources”.
- Use of the lab is restricted to the current students, faculty, staff, and authorized University guests. Lab Attendants have the right to request to see a University ID.
- Children are not permitted in the labs without the supervision of an adult.
- Loud conversations are not permitted in the labs, as it is a disturbance to other users. This also includes listening to music with the earphone volume turned too high. Students engaged in loud, disruptive conversations in the labs would be asked to leave.
- Users are responsible for saving their documents on their own removable media or cloud storage.
- When all workstations are in use and students are waiting to use a computer, please be considerate.
- While you have the freedom to view varying types of materials, please remember that others in the lab may, and can, see what you are looking at. We are not trying to dictate what material you may view, only asking that you have respect for other people’s feelings while doing so.
Intentional failure to comply with these guidelines will result in action that may include suspension of user privileges.