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The CIS/OT computer lab has 30 PC's in Room 211 and is to be used for the completion of computer assignments or skill-building. Two computers will be available at all times for students to complete assigned projects requiring Internet access.

Use will be on a first-come-first-serve basis for a maximum of one half hour. Priority on some systems will be given to students who demonstrate a need for school-related tasks or research. We reserve the right to move a user not engaged in school work if other users need the computer for instructional work.
The College supports the use of the Internet as a research tool. Access to chat rooms and games are prohibited.
Prohibited activities include but are not limited to:
Accessing College administrative records, other users' files or user passwords; altering the performance of college security systems or the configuration of individual computer systems.
Making copies of student files, copywritten material or proprietary software.
Downloading any files from the Internet is prohibited.
Sending threatening, obscene, libelous or offensive messages to individuals.
Displaying sexually explicit or other material or text deemed objectionable or contrary to the Student Code of Conduct.
Using the computing equipment for personal profit or business.
Sending messages under a false name or designation; representing oneself on behalf of the college.
Utilizing programs that use large amounts of bandwith such as Napster, Morpheus, Kazaa, etc.
Our staff is limited, but will provide assistance in accessing the Internet and in the operation of the various "search engines" when necessary.
Printing is limited to work necessary for classwork.
The placement of bookmarks or changes in equipment or screen configuration is not permitted.
Limited E-mail access is provided for academic purposes only.
Computer files and E-mail documents on college equipment are not private; computer files can possibly be viewed by anyone anywhere. The college does not monitor electronic communications/publications; however, in the event of a complaint, the college reserves the right to remove/suspend publication of any objectionable material for review. Complaints concerning student use will be referred to the campus Dean of Students. Students who do not observe the requirements set forth above may be in violation of the Student Code of Conduct, thereby subject to student discipline and possible restriction or loss of access to computing resources.




Suffolk County Community College - Michael J. Grant Campus-Educational Technology Unit(ETU) Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood, New York 11717.