Bloomfield College provides technology resources to the BC community, including students, faculty, administration, alumni, town residents and members of the Board of Trustees. These resources include, but are not limited to, the following: host computer systems, personal computers and workstations, computer accounts, communications networks, software, files, telephones, fax machines and video.
These resources are intended for Bloomfield College related or educational purposes, including: direct and indirect support of Bloomfield College’s instruction, research and service missions; Bloomfield College administrative functions; student and campus life activities; and the free exchange of ideas within the Bloomfield College community and among the Bloomfield College community and the wider local, national, and world communities.
This policy applies to all users of Bloomfield College technology resources, whether affiliated with Bloomfield College or not, and to all uses of those resources, whether on campus or from remote locations.
The purpose of this Policy is to ensure an Information Technology infrastructure that promotes the basic missions of Bloomfield in teaching, learning, research and administration. To read the full Acceptable Use Policy, please click here: Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
This policy may be modified as deemed necessary and appropriate by Bloomfield College. Users are encouraged to periodically review the Acceptable Use Policy.