Wireless access points and wireless routers are NOT allowed in any dorm room or residential building on
campus. Anyone found with these devices in their possession will be charged a $100.00 Fee and have devices
removed from room. Devices will only be returned after fees are paid. A second offense can result in loss of
network privileges in dorms, additional fees, and/or removal of devices without return.
Switches of any kind will NOT be allowed in residence hall rooms unless approved by the IT Department. If
approved, it becomes the sole responsibility of the student to purchase equipment that aligns with the spec
given by the IT department. Students must ask for approval each school year by submitting a work order
through campus housing. Equipment found in room without proper approval will be removed from room. Fees
and rules will reflect the penalties of wireless access points and routers.
If you have any issues accessing wired or wireless connections, please inform residence hall personnel so that
they can submit a work order on your behalf.
If you have a wireless printer you would like to bring to your residence hall, the wireless capabilities must be
fully disabled and printer must connect to your computer via wired connection.
Online gaming access will be allowed only on the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) during the hours of 8am –
5pm. The Information Technology cannot be responsible if your games do not work at maximum capability at
Any school network equipment that is in the room is the responsibility of the room’s occupants. If equipment
is misused or damage it will be the resident’s responsibility to pay the full retail price of that equipment. All
equipment will be examined during room inspection at the beginning and end of each school year, as well
as during weekly room inspections. If you notice any equipment damage in your room, contact your campus
residence office immediately.
VPN, P2P, Servers, IP Spoofing are not allowed in residence halls. Anyone found using any of these services
while on campus will be subject to the loss of network privileges on personal devices, in dorms and campus
Those who use the College’s computing and network resources assume personal responsibility for the
appropriate use of the technology in a manner consistent with mature behavior and agree to comply with
the College’s Electronic Use Policy, as well as federal and state law. This includes the use of campus personal
computers and terminals, departmental computing facilities, general-use computers, printers, and campus
network resources. Improper use of college computing and network resources will result in disciplinary action.