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Animals, CTCD Computer Resources, Student Photographs, and Fishing
ANIMALS ON CAMPUS
Animals are not allowed in campus buildings, or in campus housing, with the exception of service animals. Animals should never be left in vehicles and any violation could result in criminal action. Animals on the grounds of Central Texas College must be restrained.
COMPUTER ETHICS GUIDELINES
Daily, thousands of users share CTCD computing resources. Everyone must use these resources responsibly since misuse by even a few individuals has the potential to disrupt CTCD business or the work of others. Therefore, you must exercise ethical behavior when using CTCD resources.
CTCD resources include mainframe computers, minicomputers, microcomputers, networks, software, data, facilities and related supplies.
Anyone discovered misusing or abusing CTC computers or guidelines for computer use will be subject to college disciplinary action or criminal arrest if an infringement of the law exists.
Photographs taken of individual students or groups of students in classrooms, the student center or lounge areas, and outdoors on campus, may be used by the College for release to newspapers or other media and for reproduction in the College's publications.
If a student does not want a photograph to be used in promotion of the College, that student must notify the photographer at the time the photo is taken, or notify the Director of Community Relations and Technical Publications (526-1224) within 24 hours after the photograph is taken.
FISHING ON CAMPUS
Several areas on campus are devoted to the natural environmental beautification of the campus. Fishing in these areas by any means is strictly prohibited. Exceptions apply to Faculty and Staff of CTCD and TSU-Central in accordance with guidelines set up by the Director of Facilities Management and the Campus Police and applies to the CTC lake area only. Valid CTC fishing permits are required and State length limits are strictly enforced.