The University's policy on the acceptable use of computing resources. All users of the University's technology resources must abide by this policy in order to continue usage and avoiding disciplinary action, which could include monetary fines and expulsion of students.
This document governs use and access to mass email communication at the University.
Guidelines and policies regarding the ordering and usage of classroom technology equipment provided by ITDL.
Saint Joseph’s University is committed to safeguarding the confidentiality, availability and integrity of its Information Resources and each member of the University community has a responsibility to protect these Resources.
Saint Joseph’s University (“the University”) is committed to safeguarding the Confidentiality, Availability and Integrity of its Information Resources. The University adopts and implements this Information Security Policy (“Policy”) to reduce the risk of a Security Incident.
The Computer Replacement Program governs the purchase, replacement, and disposal of University-owned personal computer systems (“PCS”). The Program will ensure that faculty, staff and students (via labs and classrooms) have adequate, up-to-date computing resources and that these resources will be replenished on a predictable, recurring schedule.
The purpose of this document is to establish guidelines for password management of University computer accounts by faculty, students and employees.
University policy regarding the use, procurement and possession of wireless telecommunication devices and services.