Reformed University

Computer Lab

Facility Policy


Last Updated:Jan 2012

The Student Computing Facilities are operated with as much flexibility as possible to provide the maximum benefit to the greatest number of users. To assist us in achieving this goal, we require that users of our facilities follow the policy outlined in this document.
Only the Facility Manager is allowed to make exceptions to this policy.

Admittance

  1. Currently registered students
  2. Staff and Faculty
  3. A valid account is required to use the facility. Visitors should make arrangements with their sponsors to obtain an account.

General Rules and Conditions

Users must adhere to the following rules and conditions. Failure to do so will result in a warning and/or loss of facility privileges for a period to be determined by the staff of this facility. Users will be held accountable for any damages they cause to the facility and/or its equipment.

Usage

  1. Users are NOT to abuse fellow users, the facility, its staff, nor its equipment.
  2. Eating, drinking, and the use of tobacco products are strictly prohibited in the computing areas.
  3. No animals, except guide dogs, will be allowed in the facility.
  4. Any person disrupting the operation of this facility will be required to leave the facility.
  5. Students have priority over faculty/staff use.
  6. Game Policy.
  7. We are not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Printing

Please refer to the Printing Policy

Policy on Unauthorized Copying of Copyrighted Software

The primary responsibility for protection of licensed software rests with the purchaser, whether TRS or a faculty member, of that software. All users have a personal responsibility to control and protect the software package from misuse. Supervisors should assure that users under their direction have been informed of University policy. Users must personally ensure that no unauthorized copies of licensed software are made.
Copies are not to be made for use at home, for sale, for trade, or for gifts to others. Individuals who make unauthorized copies of licensed software, or who allow such copies to be made, will be subject to regulations pertaining to theft or misuse of University property. Absolutely no copying or duplication of copyrighted software will be permitted.

UNAUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTION OF COPYRIGHTED MATERIALS IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW AND WILL NOT BE TOLERATED ON THIS CAMPUS.