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Questions or comments with respect to the information presented on this webpage should be directed to CLSS@jjay.cuny.edu.
All users (faculty, staff, students and visitors) at John Jay College using any campus computing resources (i.e. computers, network and others) are required to abide by rules and policies set forth by CUNY, our college and respective department or center.
- CUNY Computer User ResponsibilitiesÂ (Downloadable PDF)
- CUNY Computer Resource Use Policy (Downloadable PDF)
- CLSS Internet Policy
- CLSS Rules
- Software Policies
CLSS Internet Policy:
Due to the increasing number of students using Instructional Technology Support Services, Internet use is restricted to work relating to your courses at John Jay College. This policy is necessary in order to ensure that all students are able to complete their course work in a timely manner.
No foods or drinks allowed in any of CLSS Computer Labs or Classrooms except for authorized special events. Cell phone usage is not allowed.
Below is a list ofÂ no-nonsense software policies all users must abide by.Â If you have any questions, please contact CLSS@jjay.cuny.edu.
- All software is owned solely by the company that created or acquired it.
- Users must abide by the terms of the agreement of use issued by the software company.
- Users are not allowed to make copies of the software, either in its entirety or selected parts of the software.
- A software license does not confer ownership of the software, only the right to install it on a given computer.
Neither John Jay College nor CLSS can be held accountable for any damage,Â loss of data or time spent due toÂ any software whether installed by our technician or yourself.Â Our technicians, however, will try to restore the CLSS computer to its prior or original state.Â It is recommended that you perform a full system back-up or at least your important data to an external device such as a USB flash drive.
Please visit the CLSS General FAQ forÂ common questions and answers.