Campus Computing Policy

What Can You Do? 

  • You may use NWU Computing Resources for activities that are relevant to your role at NWU.

  • You may use NWU Computing Resources for academic and educational purposes, including involvement in professional organizations.

  • In using NWU Computing Resources you must respect the rights of other members of the NWU community and of the larger internet community.

  • You may use NWU Computing Resources only while you are a currently enrolled student, an employee, a faculty emeritus of NWU, or as a participant in an ongoing program by the University.

  • You must use NWU Computing Resources in an ethical and responsible manner.

  • You must abide by all security restrictions on NWU Computing Resources.

What Can't You Do?

  • You may not allow another person to use your username and password, nor use another person's username and password, to access NWU Computing Resources.

  • You may not use NWU Computing Resources to support or advocate any commercial, political, or non-profit organization without the written permission of the NWU administration.

  • You may not use NWU Computing Resources for any illegal purpose including, but not limited to, unauthorized copying of shareware.

  • You may not violate other NWU policies in your use of NWU Computing Resources.

  • You may not be wasteful of NWU Computing Resources, use them unfairly, or disrupt their intended use.
    You may not intentionally damage NWU Computing Resources

  • You may not use NWU Computing Resources for unauthorized access to other resources.

  • You may not use NWU Computing Resources in a deceiving manner.You may not allow another person to use your username and password, nor use another person's username and password, to access NWU Computing Resources.

  • You may not use NWU Computing Resources to support or advocate any commercial, political, or non-profit organization without the written permission of the NWU administration.

  • You may not use NWU Computing Resources for any illegal purpose including, but not limited to, unauthorized copying of shareware.

  • You may not violate other NWU policies in your use of NWU Computing Resources.

  • You may not be wasteful of NWU Computing Resources, use them unfairly, or disrupt their intended use.

  • You may not intentionally damage NWU Computing Resources.

  • You may not use NWU Computing Resources for unauthorized access to other resources.

  • You may not use NWU Computing Resources in a deceiving manner.

If you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to reach out to us here at WITS by calling 402-465-7777 or emailing us at nwu-wits@nebrwesleyan.edu and we will try our best to answer your queries.