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CIT Policies

The Bethune-Cookman University Information Technology Policies (the "Policy") contain Bethune-Cookman's philosophy and requirements governing student, faculty, and staff use of its information technology resources. Bethune-Cookman University expects each member of the community to use Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources, including connections to resources external to Bethune-Cookman that are made possible by Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources, responsibly, ethically, and in compliance with the Policy, relevant laws, and all contractual obligations to third parties. The use of Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources is a privilege. If a member of the community fails to comply with this Policy or relevant laws and contractual obligations, that member's privilege to access and use Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources may be revoked. The use of Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources to send communications to Bethune-Cookman or non-Bethune-Cookman persons or entities typically identifies the sender as belonging to the Bethune-Cookman community. Each member of the community should therefore recognize that any such communication may reflect on how Bethune-Cookman is perceived by not only the Bethune-Cookman community, but also the public at large.

  Appropriate Use and Information Security/Confidentiality Policy

Peer-to-Peer Policy - (Supplement)

Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA - 1998)

Distance Learning Policies and Procedures Manual

Distance Education Policy - (SACS - Local Copy)

Best Practices for Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs - (SACS - Local Copy)

Computer Account Request Policy

IT Service Request Form

IT Departure Form

Student Account Retention Policy

Email Usage Policy

Employee Retention Policy

Mass Email Procedures

Technology Ownership Policy

Computer Hardware Disposal Policy

Password Security Policy


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