The Bethune-Cookman University Information Technology Policies (the "Policy") contain Bethune-Cookman's philosophy and requirements governing student, faculty, and staff use of its information technology resources. Bethune-Cookman University expects each member of the community to use Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources, including connections to resources external to Bethune-Cookman that are made possible by Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources, responsibly, ethically, and in compliance with the Policy, relevant laws, and all contractual obligations to third parties. The use of Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources is a privilege. If a member of the community fails to comply with this Policy or relevant laws and contractual obligations, that member's privilege to access and use Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources may be revoked. The use of Bethune-Cookman's information technology resources to send communications to Bethune-Cookman or non-Bethune-Cookman persons or entities typically identifies the sender as belonging to the Bethune-Cookman community. Each member of the community should therefore recognize that any such communication may reflect on how Bethune-Cookman is perceived by not only the Bethune-Cookman community, but also the public at large.
- Peer-to-Peer Policy - (Supplement)
- Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA)
- Distance Education Policy - (SACS - Local Copy)
- Best Practices for Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs - (SACS - Local Copy)