Cornell's IT policies exist to maintain, secure, and ensure legal and appropriate use of the university's information technology infrastructure. Security and privacy policies work together to provide the campus community with a high quality, trusted, and secure campus computing environment. They also help protect and secure property interests, data, and intellectual property.
The development, formulation, and promulgation of university-level IT policies requires coordination with the University Policy Office. See University Policy 4.1, Formulation and Issuance of University Policies.
University IT Policies
See the complete list of Cornell University information technology policies.
Campus Code of Conduct
Violations listed under University Policy 5.1, Responsible Use of Information Technology Resources, are also violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
Code of Academic Integrity
The Code of Academic Integrity was adopted by the Faculty Council of Representatives and applies to all students. Violations of the Code of Academic Integrity are handled by the Dean of the appropriate college according to the procedures defined in the code. The computer and network related violations are also covered under University Policy 5.1, Responsible Use of Information Technology Resources. Refer to the examples in these policies to determine where to direct reports of incidents.