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The information in the web site is subject to change from time to time, without notice, as deemed appropriate by the college. The web site is not intended to be, and should not be considered, a contract between the college and any student or other person.
The programs and courses outlined here will be offered, subject to sufficient enrollment, the availability of competent teachers and the provisions of adequate facilities.
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External Links and Resources
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Network Ethics Statement
Computer accounts at Niagara College are assigned to all staff and post-secondary, adult training, and apprenticeship students automatically. Accounts for continuing education students who require access are requested by the instructor. Students must read and agree to abide by the content and intent of this statement prior to receiving their accounts. Niagara College staff strive to provide examples of good network citizenship in the spirit of this statement.
Respect for the rights, privileges and sensibilities of others is essential in preserving the spirit of community at Niagara and the global purpose of the Internet.
Niagara staff and students who use campus and network computing resources are expected and required to behave in their use of technology within the laws of the land, and in a manner consistent with all College policies, procedures, and code of conduct.
Computing and network users are solely responsible for security on the account assigned for their use, and are responsible for ALL actions taken under this account. They must adhere to all policies and usage guidelines and statements as published on this website and elsewhere for public understanding. By requesting or accepting an account, they accept the consequences of failure to comply with these rules and regulations.