|ITS Policies, Procedures and Guidelines|
The University provides authorization to use University computing resources with the creation of a user ID and password. Students, faculty, and staff obtain a user ID when they commence enrollment or employment at the University. The user ID will provide access to basic computing services such as use of email, access to office automation software, the Internet, and access to systems and information that are provided based on the group the person belongs to or the position he or she holds at the University. Applicable departments or units will provide access to additional resources as appropriate.
Failure to use North Carolina Central University computing and electronic communication resources responsibly in accordance with the standards set forth in this policy threatens the atmosphere for the sharing of information, the free exchange of ideas, and the secure environment for creating and maintaining information. Any member of the University community who violates this policy may be subject to disciplinary action under appropriate University disciplinary procedures. The University may take such action as may be necessary in its discretion to address any use violation(s) under this policy, including termination of a user’s account. In addition, North Carolina Central University reserves the right to limit or restrict the use of its computing and electronic communication resources when there is evidence of a violation of applicable University policies, contractual agreements, or state or federal laws.
Below is a list of our policies, procedures and guidelines:
NCCU Web Policy (Waiting Approval of the Board of Trustees)