The College strives to secure the information related to its students and employees. College computer and network passwords must conform to IT’s published complexity and length requirements and must not be shared with any other person, used in non-College accounts, or otherwise disclosed. Passwords must be changed immediately if disclosed or compromised. The College employs various measures to protect the security of its information resources. Users should be aware that their uses of College computer and network resources are not private. While the College does not routinely monitor individual usage, the normal operation and maintenance of the College’s computing resources require backup, logging of activity, the monitoring of general and individual usage patterns, and other such activities that are necessary for information security and the rendition of service. In addition, the College reserves the right to review, monitor, and/or capture any content residing on, or transmitted over, its computers or network at its sole discretion. The College reserves the right to limit access to its computers or network and to remove or limit access to material residing on its computers or network.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE - 3/16/2020:
All face-to-face learning at the College is suspended for the remainder of the semester, and ALL CLASSES WILL BE TAUGHT ONLINE. There are no cases of COVID-19 among our staff and student body, however, out of an abundance of caution, there will be no in-person instruction of any kind -- no tutoring, no library use, no mentoring, no labs. This decision is in accord with the recent announcement from Rockland County Executive Ed Day. Please continue to monitor this page and keep informed via our latest updates.