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General Lab Rules

• The computer lab is for students currently enrolled at GSNSAT. • Always wear ID for identification. • The computer lab is for TRAINING purposes. Therefore, a quiet atmosphere is required. Noisy students will be asked to leave (there are several student lounges on campus available for socializing). • Food and drink are not permitted in the computer lab. • The use of cell phones is prohibited in the computer lab. Cell phone usage in the computer lab is distracting to other students and instructors trying to work. Please take your calls out in the hallway. We also ask that you put your cell phone on vibrate mode. • Computer games are not to be played in the lab unless the games are required by your TRAINOR assigned. • Unauthorized copying and or installing of unauthorized software are not permitted. This may be a violation of copyright laws. • Tampering with the hardware or software settings will not be tolerated. • Chatting is only allowed when specifically assigned by your instructor to complete course work, i.e., Distance Learning. Please use the INTERNET room for computer chatting. • Students found Internet surfing for personal reasons may be asked to leave. Preference is given to students doing course work over those engaged in personal computer use. • Personal files are not to be stored on the local drive C. The lab is not responsible for providing students with diskettes, writable CDs or USB disks. • Children and friends of students are not allowed in the computer lab. The computer lab is an adult learning environment, and is not suitable or safe for children. Friends and relatives can stay in the lobby area. • DO NOT leave your personal belongings at the computer. GSNSAT is not responsible for items left behind. • Bad language will not be tolerated. • Disruptive students will be asked to leave and Public Safety may be called in such situations. • Viewing and printing pornographic images is not acceptable or permitted. • Sleeping in the lab is not permitted.

FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ANY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED RULES MAY RESULT IN THE SUSPENSION OF LAB PRIVILEGES. .