Acceptable Computer Use Policy
The College grants limited access to its computer systems to PC faculty, staff, current students, and certain others to transact legitimate business with the College. Unauthorized access to or use of any College computer system is prohibited and may be prosecuted under state and/or federal law.
Consult the College’s Acceptable Use Policy for more details. Always plan ahead, and keep a backup of work since no system is guaranteed.
Copyright Infringement Policy
Federal law specifically requires colleges to inform their students that unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, may subject students to civil and criminal liabilities. In addition to civil or criminal charges in court, unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material may result in sanctions imposed by the College. Read the full Copyright Infringement Policy.
Help Desk for general computer, printer and smartphone issues.
Copier and color copy services are available for student organizations, faculty and staff.
PC offers a number of online tools for learning, communication, and business transactions with the College. Here are links to a few of those tools:
BannerWeb provides access to course information, registration, grades, class rosters, bills, and payments.
PC Email houses the community’s email accounts.
Moodle helps professors manage course material in a virtual learning environment for students.
Student Work-Study Opportunities
• Computer Labs
Work is available in the computer labs in HP, Richardson, and Jacobs. Four-hour shifts are available in either the afternoon or the evening.
Contact Dr. Rob Howiler (email@example.com or x8324) for more information.
ResNet is the residential network of students who help other students with general computer issues.
Contact Mr. Les Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org or x3760) for more information.