Public Computing Lab Rules

There is a list of general rules posted at each public computing lab. Whereas some labs may have altered their rules, the following list is to be read carefully and adhered to.

NOT ALLOWED:

  • Food or drink in the lab, whether actively being consumed or not
  • Loading personal software on PC
  • Modifying settings on PC
  • Printing multiple copies of anything (copy machine available in library)
  • Printing of user manuals
  • Printing of non-classwork items (personal items)
  • Disruptive or loud behavior
  • Children
  • Non-authorized personnel
  • Physical abuse of lab equipment including chairs, PCs, walls, boards, printers, desktops, etc.
  • Use of own paper or transparencies

ALLOWED:

  • Use of PCs for classwork
  • Printing single copy of class related items
  • Headphones for listening to any audio

NOTE:

  • Lab Staff have the right to ask to see valid NJIT ID of anyone in the lab at anytime.
  • Lab Staff reserve the right to ask anyone to remove food or drink from the lab whether or not it is being consumed.
  • Lab Staff reserve the right to confiscate or stop unauthorized printouts.
  • Lab Staff reserves the right to have a person working on non-NJIT classwork give up their PC seat to a person working on NJIT- class work. Priorities include class work , labs, projects, and research.
  • Lab Staff can require anyone not adhering to the rules/notes to leave the lab.
Last Updated: November 5, 2014