Use of Campus and Network Computing Resources
Board Policy 5004
Illinois Valley Community College makes available computing and network resources for students, faculty and staff. The resources administered by the Department of Information and Technology Services exist solely for educational purposes to carry out the legitimate business of the College and the IVCC Foundation. Appropriate use of the resources includes instruction, independent study, authorized research, independent research, community outreach and the official work of the offices, departments, recognized student and campus organizations, and agencies of the College.
The computing and network resources of the College will not serve members of the College community for their own commercial purposes or financial gains. Using electronic mail for the purpose of fund-raising, even non-profit is not permitted.
The privilege of the campus and network computing resources provided by the College is not transferable to others or extendable by members of the College community to people or groups outside the College.
Those who avail themselves of the campus and network computing resources must use the technology in a manner consistent with the College's Acceptable Usage Guidelines for Computer and Internet Resources.
Members of the Illinois Valley Community College community must remember that access to the College computing facilities and the Internet remains a privilege. All students, faculty and staff of Illinois Valley Community College are responsible for using these resources in an effective, ethical and lawful manner.
Abuse of computing privileges and failure to observe these policies will result in disciplinary action. Computing privileges will be revoked and violators will be subject to the usual judicial procedures of the College. This policy does not preclude further action resulting from the application of pertinent laws and regulations of the State of Illinois and/or the United States of America.