|D – 850.1||
College employees who may send a broadcast e-mail to students or approve a large target group. This would include the College President, Vice Presidents, Deans, Directors, the Student Activities Coordinator, or any of their designees.
|D – 850.2||
An e-mail sent to all students. This would include a regularly published electronic newsletter compiled and sent by the Marketing and Communications (MAC) Department, as well as separate broadcast e-mails such as urgent notifications.
|D – 850.3||
Anyone who creates a broadcast or targeted e-mail. Content creators can initiate and create e-mails but may not necessarily send them.
|D – 850.4||
Those messages that would appear to the recipient as having come from the college as an entity, rather than from an individual sender. Some examples are:
|D – 850.5||
Designated person who reviews e-mails generated by content creators if there is a question regarding content.
|D – 850.6||
Targeted broadcast e-mail
An e-mail with a message intended for a target student group; for instance, students who have missed a tuition payment deadline.
|D – 850.7||
A subset of students who have stchas.edu e-mail addresses designated to receive a targeted e-mail. Group lists will be created by the IT Department from addresses or criteria provided by an authorized sender or designee (excluding class rosters). A list of 40 or more recipients requires the approval of an authorized sender.
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Date Revised: January 6, 2015