Computer Use Policy
In addition to the
Spencerian College Computer Usage Policy - see below - the Learning
Resource Center adds the following...
If you are using a
computer for non-school related activities you may be asked to log
off and let someone else have your seat during busy times.
DO NOT give your
login information to anyone.
LRC computers are
reserved at times for classes, this will be posted.
Log off from the computer when you are finished.
Students may use
computers in other labs as well as those in the LRC. If there
is a class in the lab you need to ask permission of the instructor.
Please be considerate and do this in a way that will not disrupt the
class - i.e. you may have to wait for a break.
Spencerian College of Lexington -- Computer Usage
No food or drinks are allowed in the classroom
Printers must be left online for other students
Exit the application with which you are working before you leave
Straighten your work area before you leave
The computer lab is a designated recycling area; please deposit
scrap paper in appropriate receptacles
Computer and/or printer malfunctions must be reported to your
During the regular class period students may work only on the
assigned material. Students may not:
Work on assignments for other classes
Play games or explore other computer applications
In the state of Kentucky, it is a Class “C” felony to alter computer
files without proper authorization. Spencerian College students are
subject to both criminal action and termination from school for such
activities. These activities include but are not limited to:
Changing the “Welcome to Spencerian College” banner on a
Changing any desktop setting, mouse setting, or Windows setting
unless part of a class assignment
Loading personal programs or games on any computer
Intentionally modifying files that are not specifically assigned
as part of a class assignment
Using any computer for personal reasons
Internet access is provided to Spencerian College students for
research relevant to students’ classes, coursework, and career
paths. Students are expected to use the Internet for educational
and research purposes only.
Examples of inappropriate use of the Internet at Spencerian College
are: accessing chat rooms, reading or submitting personal ads,
viewing “adult” web sites, playing games, and similar activities.
email is provided as a service to students to aid in their
educational experience. Sending obscene, harassing, or threatening
email from Spencerian College computers is prohibited. Students’
personal email accounts through Yahoo, Hotmail, and other service
providers are governed by the same policies as Spencerian email
accounts when the student is using a computer at Spencerian College.
Any student who does not comply with the above policy will be
subject to disciplinary action.