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This policy outlines access to administrative permissions/privileges for University-owned computers.
This policy stipulates constraints and practices that a user must agree to for access to the computing and network facilities of the University, and outlines user responsibilities, prohibited uses, and consequences of violation.
This document describes the Saint Peter’s University's policy to comply with United States law relating to copyright and to respect the property rights of authors and their assignees.
This document describes the policy regarding classroom technology requests.
The purpose of this policy is to establish standards, guidelines, and procedures for the purchase and/or lease of all information technology hardware, software, and computer-related components, as well as the contracting of all technical services. This policy will ensure that all Saint Peter’s University purchases and leases align with strategic priorities; existing technical infrastructure, assets, and standards; information security guidelines; legal and regulatory compliance; and optimal use
Saint Peter’s University provides an email account to students and employees to conduct official university business. The purpose of this policy is to ensure the proper use of this medium.
Information technology and data constitute valuable Saint Peter’s University assets. In order to protect the security, confidentiality and integrity of Saint Peter’s University data from unauthorized access, modification, disclosure, transmission or destruction, as well as to comply with applicable state and federal laws and regulations, all Saint Peter’s University data are now classified within security levels, with regulations on the usage of data at different levels.
The purpose of this policy is described the circumstances under which a student is allowed to opt out of  “email for life”
This article describes the role of Data Steward, it's purpose and responsiblities.