ACCL Rules and Guidelines
ACCL is an Academic Working and Learning Environment
ACCL computer systems are for appropriate educational use only.
If you use these resources for
non-educational related activities such as
playing games online, you may be asked to log out.
No Food or Drinks/Eating and Drinking. Food in sealed containers and drinks in re-sealable containers can be brought into the lab provided they are placed in a book bag, backpack, etc., or are placed out of the way on the floor and not consumed while in the lab.
Loud talking, laughter, and horseplay are forbidden. Anyone disrupting the learning environment may be asked to leave the facility.
Do not talk on cell phones in the lab. Please step outside to talk and put your cell phone on silent or vibrate while in the lab.
Children under the age of 16 must be supervised at ALL times by an adult. Unattended children are not permitted in the lab.
You may not share your lab account with others. Sharing account is a violation of the AWC and NAU Acceptable Use Policies and can result in the suspension of your account.
Visitors or guests must check in at the ACCL front desk and present a valid photo ID in order to use the lab computers.
The scanning stations in the lab are reserved for those who need to use the scanner.
The ACCL is not responsible for missed deadlines, lost/missing/corrupted data, or any other-related problems that may occur while working in the lab. The golden rule of safety: Save early, save often, and backup your files elsewhere.
The lab aides are here to help you with
(like mouse, computers, scanner and/or login
issues). The lab aides are NOT
allowed to do your
homework for you, but may offer some assistance in guiding you.