University Responsibility
Information Technology Policy

The University of St. Francis has the right and responsibility to provide the University community with information technology resources and services. While providing these services is of primary importance, there are other areas of importance aside from physical resources. The following is a general description of the responsibilities, the rights and obligations of the University of St. Francis.

The University of St. Francis complies with all federal and state laws concerning use of technology. The University reserves the right to change these policies as required by federal or state law or in its fiduciary materials.

The technology resources that are owned by the University of St. Francis are to be used for University-related activities for which they have been assigned. University technologies are not to be used for commercial purposes or non-University-related activities without written authorization from the University.

Technology resources include physical equipment and software. Physical equipment includes personal computers, printers, file servers, network equipment, VCRs, stereos, audio-visual equipment of all types, speakers, projection systems, screens, telephones, fax machines, copiers, and equipment associated with distance learning such as televisions, microphones, and cameras. Software includes all computer programs created by, owned by, or licensed to the University.

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