Computer and Electronics Disposal

Computer and Electronics Disposal (700-006)

The University’s “General Policy regarding Computer and Electronics Disposal” sets certain guidelines and restrictions for the use and disposal of computers and electronics by any member of the university community be they faculty, retired faculty, administrator, professional exempt staff, classified staff, temporary employee, student, contractor or any individual or company using university property, equipment or resources.

Wireless Networks

Wireless Networks (700-004)

This policy is to help ensure the security and availability of information technology systems and networks and the confidentiality and integrity of electronic information captured, maintained, and used by UCCS. This policy should be used as the foundation document for all standards, procedures, and guidelines that are developed and implemented by UCCS related to information systems and data security.

Information Technology Security

Information Technology Security (700-003)

This policy is to help ensure the security and availability of information technology systems and networks and the confidentiality and integrity of electronic information captured, maintained, and used by UCCS. This policy should be used as the foundation document for all standards, procedures, and guidelines that are developed and implemented by UCCS related to information systems and data security.

Responsible Computing

Responsible Computing (700-002)

In support of its mission of teaching, research, and public service, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs provides access to Computing and Network Resources for its students, faculty, and staff. This policy contains the governing philosophy for regulating faculty, student, and staff use of the University’s Computing and Network Resources. It sets forth the general principles regarding appropriate use of equipment, software, networks and data.

E-Mail as Official Means of Communication

E-Mail as Official Means of Communication (700-001)

Implementation of this policy ensures that students have access to this critical form of communication. For the majority of students, this will not represent any change from what is currently done; it will, however, ensure that all students can access, and be accessed by, e-mail as the need arises.