Based On: Board Policy 3
Procedure Number: 2.21
Date Adopted/Revised: June 25, 2001; November 21, 2006; May 15, 2007
A. Is conducive to learning
B. Is free of illegal acts
C. Shows respect for the rights and dignity of others
A. transmit or receive materials for any illegal purpose or act;
B. transmit or receive harassing, indecent, obscene, discriminatory, or fraudulent materials or messages;
C. transmit or receive any materials in violation of either state or federal laws (e.g., copyright laws);
D. send fraudulent or forged email messages using the account of another person;
E. use the account or password assigned to another person to gain access to College equipment, College files, or the College network;
F. damage, destroy, interfere with, or disrupt the operation of, College owned and operated programs and equipment;
G. to use technology for any partisan political purposes; and/or
H. to use technology or any commercial pursuits or activities.
A. College agents may monitor information on the College computer network or on individual computers or computer systems, but complaints of possible inappropriate or unacceptable use will be investigated.
B. Complaintsregarding violations of acceptable use policy should be addressed tothe Chief Information Officer.
C. In investigating such complaints, the Chief Information Officer will consult with appropriate College officials.
D. Following the investigation of a complaint, the Chief Information Officer will inform the complainant of the result of the investigation and explain what action, if any, was taken by the College.
A. The College will not be responsible for any damages suffered by users. This includes, but is not limited to, any loss of data which results form delays, non-deliveries, missed-deliveries, or service interruptions caused by either its own negligence or by user errors and/or omissions.
B. Any and all use of any of the information obtained via the Internet is at the user’s own risk. South Arkansas Community College specifically denies any responsibility for the accuracy and/or quality of any information obtained through its Internet services.