The purpose of the User Account Management Policy is to ensure that access to all Suffolk systems and applications are properly approved and monitored.
The User Account Policy applies to any student, any faculty or staff members, whether full- time or part-time, paid or unpaid, temporary or permanent, as well as all agents and representatives of the University, including any third party service provider providing
services to the University who create, use or otherwise access or interact with any University
Information or University Information Resource (“University Users”)..
User Account: A combination of a unique user name and password that provides access to a University Information Resource.
University Information Resource: any tool, device, equipment, or system used to create, collect, record, process, store, retrieve, display and transmit University Information, including but not limited to email, mainframes, servers, computers, laptops, personal digital assistants (PDA), telecommunication resources, fax machines, printers, file cabinets, software and embedded technology.
Establishing User Accounts
User Account Maintenance
The University reserves the right to monitor network traffic, perform random audits, and to take other steps to insure the integrity of its information and compliance with this Policy. Violations of this Policy may lead to appropriate disciplinary action, which may include temporary or permanent restrictions on access to certain information or networks. Willful or repeated violations of this Policy may result in dismissal from the University.
Responsible University Office
Provost Barry Brown