E-communication, or e-mail, shall be considered one of the primary means of official communication to students. E-communication facilitates student success by providing regular, relevant, and time-sensitive electronic communication to students via College-assigned e-mail accounts.
The college-wide e-mail system is for communication with students in addition to those e-communications provided through the learning management system dedicated for academic instruction.
E-communication falls under the guidelines of Board Policy 483.0 – Release of Student Information in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.
Each student will be provided an e-mail address upon enrollment at the College. All students are expected to:
The College reserves the right to access student e-mail contents as deemed necessary by the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, or designee.
Content Owner: Donna Davis— email@example.com
Page Updated by: Jessica Trimborn
Date Revised: 11/15/2011