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Policies & Procedures


  • Computer Courtyards and Labs resources are limited to M-DC students and individuals affiliated with the College.
  • No eating or drinking is allowed in the Computer Courtyards and Labs.
  • Cellular phones and audible beepers must be in the silence/off mode.
  • All personal property brought into the Computer Courtyards and Labs is the sole responsibility of the owner.
  • Telephone usage at the front desk is limited to College personnel.
  • Students are responsible for clearing their work area before leaving the Computer Courtyards and Labs.
  • The Computer Courtyards and Labs have been designed to provide a quiet, productive work atmosphere. Any disruptive individual will be asked to leave and may be prohibited from further use of the facilities.
  • Computer seating space and certain course resources are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The staff reserves the right to limit student time when others are waiting.
  • Students must make every effort to care for, and appropriately use, the equipment as stated in Policy VII-I-Use of Computing and On-line Resources.
  • Students may not install any non-academic software on Computer Courtyards and Labs computers at any time. All student work must be saved to an external source; no work should be saved on the hard drive or network drive because all files saved to these drives will be erased.
  • Unauthorized duplication of copyrighted material is prohibited and may result in disciplinary action by the College.
  • Personal equipment can only be used with permission of the Computer Courtyards and Labs staff.


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