The Computer Services Department and other ENMU-Roswell units provide computer services to a large number of faculty, staff and students, as well as other individuals and groups that represent constituencies that are related to the University. The University seeks to make access to basic computing available to all students, faculty, staff and campus affiliates who agree to University policies and who use equipment, facilities, and systems responsibly.
All computer users have the responsibility to use the ENMU-Roswell computer systems in an effective, efficient, ethical and lawful manner.
ENMU-Roswell’s policy for use of its computing facilities is based on Title 18 of the United States code and on the United States Copyright Law and the laws of the State of New Mexico: Chapter 30, article 45, Computer Crimes.
The University has various specific rules, regulations, and procedures, which govern the use of computing equipment and facilities that are posted in the labs. Users shall cooperate with the operators, consultants and supervisors.
In accordance with established University practices, violations may result in disciplinary action, which could lead to expulsion, and/or legal action.
ENMU-Roswell reserves the right to limit a computer user’s session if there are insufficient resources, or if the user is determined by appropriate authorities to be acting in an irresponsible or unlawful manner.
Students are encouraged to utilize Computer Services and other ENMU-Roswell consulting services; however, obtaining assistance in completing computer related academic assignments, when forbidden by an instructor, is prohibited.