Additional information about computer use is available at Information Technology Services.
Acceptable UseThe Suffolk University community is encouraged to make innovative and creative use of information and technology in support of the University’s mission of education, research, and public service. E-mail, computing facilities, printers, or any other technology resources must be used efficiently, lawfully, and in accordance with University policies. Acceptable use of technology and information includes uses related to research, learning, teaching, enrichment, and dissemination of scholarly information.
Examples of impermissible use include:
- Using e-mail or other technology resources to harass or threaten others
- Sending mass e-mail messages, junk mail, or spam
- Unauthorized dissemination of confidential records obtained through computer or information resources
- Unauthorized access, alteration, copying, or deletion of system accounts, passwords, directories, files, or programs belonging to any other user
- Tampering with or adversely affecting University technology resources, such as bandwidth, security, or performance
The full text of the Acceptable Use Policy and other information technology policies can be found on the Information Technology Services website.
When you visit our website, we send one or more cookies - a small file containing a string of characters - to your computer that uniquely identifies your browser. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, some of our website’s features and services may not function properly if your cookies are disabled.
Suffolk University collects the e-mail addresses of those who communicate with us via e-mail and those who make postings to our chat areas. Optional information is collected only if you choose to send it. For example, if you e-mail Suffolk University, choose to complete an online form or make an online purchase, Suffolk University will collect the information you volunteer, such as your e-mail information, survey information and/or site registrations and/or information you record in online forms. This may include:
- The time that you sent an e-mail.
- Your name, e-mail address, and the content of your e-mail.
- All the data you choose to fill in or confirm, including credit or debit card information if you are making a payment or donation, as well as information about other people if you are ordering a gift and want it sent directly to the recipient’s address.
Suffolk University does not intend to collect any information directly from children under the age of 13. If you are under the age of 13, you may use the Suffolk University website only with the involvement of a parent or guardian. In the event that Suffolk University learns that it has inadvertently collected information from a child under the age of 13, any and all such information will be promptly deleted from Suffolk University’s systems.
Suffolk University will share personally identifiable information about you when one or more of the following conditions apply:
- We have your consent to share the information; or
- We respond to subpoenas, court orders or legal process; or
- We employ other companies to perform functions on our behalf, such as processing credit card payments. They have access to personal information needed to perform their functions, but may not use this information for other purposes. (Note: Sharing and third-party use of information gathered by cookies, such as the Internet domain and Internet address of the computer you are using, identification of the page or service you are requesting, type of browser and operating system you are using, and the date and time of access, are discussed above.)
Except as otherwise provided herein, Suffolk University will not disclose any personal information it gathers about a visitor to our website that could be used to identify or contact such visitor. In the following limited circumstances, Suffolk University may release personal information to third parties: 1) to comply with valid legal requirements such as a law, regulation, subpoena or court order; or 2) in special cases such as a threat of physical violence to a visitor to our website or to others.
Visitors to the Suffolk University website may request that we remove the personal information that they provided to us from our databases and servers at any time by submitting a written request to Suffolk University at the address provided hereunder in Updates, Changes and Contacting Suffolk University. In addition, a visitor may refuse to allow the further collection or use of his or her personal information by submitting a written request to Suffolk University at the address provided hereunder in Updates, Changes and Contacting Suffolk University. If a visitor requests e-mail notices or subscribes to a newsletter, he or she may UNSUBSCRIBE at any time by notifying Suffolk University at the address provided in such e-mail notice or newsletter, or as provided hereunder in Updates, Changes and Contacting Suffolk University.
Updates, Changes, and Contacting Suffolk University.
- Email: email@example.com
- U.S. mail: Suffolk University, 8 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108