Suffolk County Community College
Office of Information Technology
Adopted by SCCC's Executive
Council on June 11, 1997
Updated February 6, 2002
World Wide Web Resource Guidelines
The following guidelines apply to resource allocations
for WWW accounts and services at SCCC. Eligibility for WWW resources are
defined in the college's document,
and Procedures for Obtaining Internet Access and E-Mail Accounts.
Acceptable use policies governing WWW publishing and services are identified
in the college's IT Policies and
- If part of a course assignment, individual students may create web
pages. See the section on Classes below.
- The Office of Computer and Information Systems does not currently have the
resources to provide direct support to students for developing home pages. If
questions arise, students should direct these to the faculty member for the
course requiring the web assignment.
- Appropriate use policies for college network accounts apply to home
pages. Students are responsible for adhering to these policies in order
to maintain access to WWW resources.
- Recognized student organizations are allowed up to 2 Mb of server storage
for home pages. A campus's student activities department may wish to obtain
or share in the purchase of a student-based Internet server, if additional
organization space is required.
- The Office of Student Activities and faculty sponsor of each organization
are responsible for the content of the student organization's home page.
- The SCCC home page will have a pointer to "Student Organizations"
from a campus's listing.
- Student organizations home pages are not official college publications
and are to include a notice to this effect, along with a listing of the
organization officers and faculty advisor.
- The page will include a "mail to" feature for comments.
- Departments are allowed up to 10 Mb of server storage for home pages
and WWW information publishing. Departments may acquire their own server
if additional space is needed. Departmental servers are the responsibility
of the individual department.
- Department chairs or administrators are responsible for the content
of departmental Web pages.
- Department Web Pages may be setup for internal (Intranet) use and/or
for external (Internet) use. Internet accessible pages are college publications
and subject to the same review as publications in print form. Un-reviewed
material should be clearly identified as "drafts" or "proposed."
Contact the College Director of Publications for further information.
- Individual campus listings will have pointers to "Departments."
Additional pointers may be provided for service departments.
- Departments are responsible for maintaining that their WWW documents
and links are current and accurate.
- The Office of Computer and Information Systems is not responsible for the
development or maintenance of home pages. As time and resources permit,
training, documentation, and consulting services may be available, either
directly from the Computer Center or through separately funded projects.
- A department home page will include a "mail to" feature for
comments back to the department chair/administrator or designee.
Faculty and Staff
- Faculty and staff are allowed to create individual home pages in their
- Appropriate use policies for network access apply to home pages. Faculty
and staff members are responsible for adhering to these to maintain access
to WWW resources.
- It is expected that individual home pages that are not directly related
to the college's instructional, administrative, or student service activities
will be developed on individual's own time.
- The Office of Computer and Information Systems does not currently have the resources
to provide direct support to individuals for developing home pages. Individuals
should complete the recommended course of study in Internet Publishing
before developing Web pages.
Office of Computer and Information Systems
Suffolk County Community College
Last modified February 5, 2002