Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Hawkeye will continue in an online format for course instruction and services for the remainder of the semester. See the full announcement.

Buildings are closed. Faculty and staff are working remotely and can be reached via email or phone.

We are updating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information web page as soon as new information is available. Students, faculty, and staff will also receive notifications via their Hawkeye email and the Hawkeye Alert. If you have any questions, please email preparedness.response@hawkeyecollege.edu.

Computer Misconduct

Acts of misconduct are subject to disciplinary action as well as legal and/or civil action.

  • Unauthorized copying of licensed materials or items protected by copyright. This includes, but is not limited to:

    • Software (Including operating systems, programs, applications, databases, or code.)
    • Multimedia files (Including music, movies, or audio.)
    • Text files
  • Computer hacking is the unwanted or unsolicited entry into a computer system. This includes, but is not limited to:

    • Successful and unsuccessful acts of hacking.
    • Possession of the tools used for computer hacking.
    • Running programs that attempt to identify passwords or codes.
  • Knowingly introduce a computer virus to a computer or network. A computer virus is considered to be a program, either harmless or damaging, that attaches itself to another program and/or has the capability to reproduce in order to infect other computers.

  • Gain or attempt to gain unauthorized access to private or protected information. This includes, but is not limited to:

    • Willful damage or misuse of systems, applications, databases, code, or data.
    • Attempts to gain network privileges which you are not entitled.
  • Unauthorized alteration of system configuration. This includes, but is not limited to interrupting or attempting to interrupt programs that protect data or secure systems.

  • Introduce or use profanity or obscenities on Hawkeye's network, Internet, or any other communications configuration accessible by or connected to Hawkeye's computers or computer systems.

  • Use Hawkeye's network to:

    • Conduct business.
    • Solicit services.
    • Develop, introduce, or circulate inflammatory comments or subjects.
  • Share assigned logins with anyone, for any reason. Each student and employee is responsible for all activities under their assigned login. This includes, but is not limited to:

    • Unauthorized use or attempted use of another person’s login.
    • Unauthorized use of a generic login outside of the context for which it was created.
  • Inappropriate or misuse of email. This includes sending unsolicited email including junk mail, jokes, or chain letters to anyone from Hawkeye's system that is not of a business nature.

  • Install unauthorized personal hardware to any computer or network resource.

  • Install any software on Hawkeye's network. Software installations are the responsibility of Hawkeye's Communication and Information Systems department.

  • Unauthorized entry into a file to use, read, or change the contents, or for any other purpose.

  • Unauthorized transfer of a file.

  • Use computer facilities to interfere with the work of another student, instructor, or Hawkeye official.

  • Use computer facilities to send, print, or display obscene or abusive messages or materials.

  • Use computer facilities to interfere with normal operation of Hawkeye’s computer system.

  • Inappropriate or misuse of printing resources. This includes, but is not limited to:
    • Printing of profanity or obscenities.
    • Printing items not directly associated with class materials.

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Dean of Students

Nancy Henderson
Student Services
Hawkeye Center 208
319-296-4014
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