⚠Additional Steps to Stop the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
March 20 - April 14 campus will be closed to all students/visitors, and all events are canceled. Spring quarter will run April 20 - June 18, and instruction will be delivered online as much as possible. - Learn More.
Flash drives are available at the LCC Bookstore. Although you may save your work on the LCC student server, you should always make a backup copy.
To use the computers in the lab, you need your username and password.
Don't use Lower Columbia College computing facilities to view or download explicit sexual or violent content. Material of this type is offensive to many people and is not acceptable at Lower Columbia College. The definition of explicit sexual or violent material is not open for debate.
You may not use Lower Columbia College computing resources to harass or discriminate against any individual or group of individuals, whether part of the Lower Columbia College community or not.
You may not forge electronic messages or engage in fraudulent activity.
Students who are caught hacking or attempting to hack Lower Columbia College computing resources, or any other computer system by way of the Lower Columbia College network will face disciplinary and possible criminal action.
Hacking includes, but is not limited to, activities such as gaining unauthorized access to data, files or directories; unauthorized examination, alteration, creation, or deletion of data, files or directories; executing password cracking programs; unauthorized use of another user's account; unauthorized use of protocol analyzers or "sniffers;" spamming; sending email bombs; and infecting computer systems with a virus or similar program.
Students who willfully, or in anger, damage or destroy state property will face disciplinary action.
Computer labs are staffed by student employees who help other students and operate the labs in accordance with College policy. Students are expected to follow the instructions of the lab assistants, whether or not they agree with the instructions. If a student disagrees with a lab assistant or has other concerns or comments, the student may contact the Computer Lab Supervisor
Alerting you to a regulation may be the first action, with the understanding that any recurrence of the behavior will result in disciplinary action. You could lose your computer privileges; have them limited, or be banned from the lab for a specified time period.
You may be required to pay for repairs to computer-related material, equipment, hardware, software and/or facilities.
Disciplinary action is in accordance with Lower Columbia Student Conduct Code, Section 601.4.
Civil and criminal action are under Washington or Federal Law.