The information contained on Official College Web Pages is provided pursuant to the established teaching, research, and service missions of the College. While the College strives to provide the best information possible, Brevard College makes no representations or warranties, either express or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information provided. All information is provided “as-is”.
Brevard College shall not be liable for any damages of any kind, including consequential or incidental damages, arising from the submission, installation, maintenance, transmission, copying, modification, distribution or use of any information/materials.
Links to Internet resources outside of the brevard.edu domain are provided solely for the convenience of those viewing College Web Pages. Provision of these links is in no way an endorsement of the linked sites by Brevard College, nor is Brevard College in any way responsible for the content and/or operation of these sites.
Unofficial Web Pages (including, but not limited to personal web pages of BC students, employees, and officially recognized Brevard College student organizations) residing on Brevard College servers do not in any way constitute official College content. The views, opinions, and content of these pages are strictly those of the page author(S), and Brevard College.
Consistent with the Brevard College Web Page Policy, the authors of Official College Web Pages and Unofficial Pages represent to Brevard College that all aspects of these pages comply with applicable state and federal law (including, but not limited to copyright, patent and trademark) and Brevard College policy. Brevard College reserves the right to modify and/or delete web pages/web content without notice. Basis for such modification/deletion includes, but is not necessarily limited to:
- Out-of-date content;
- IT Resource Use Concerns;
- IT Security Concerns;
- The web page and/or its content is in violation of law or University policy
Oversight of College Web content will be consistent with the First Amendment.
Brevard College does not guarantee that the system will function error-free or without interruption.
Copyright and Trademark
Brevard College retains the copyright to all Official College Web Pages as permitted by the BC Copyright policy and applicable law. Brevard College retains all rights to its trade and service marks. It is the responsibility of all parties storing materials on web sites with a Brevard College domain address to ensure that such material is lawfully used and does not violate applicable Brevard College computer policies.
Units of Brevard College may provide chat rooms, forums, message boards, and news groups for their users. Any information that is disclosed in these areas may become public information and a user should therefore exercise caution when deciding to disclose one's personal information in such places. Chat sessions and discussion forums may be logged.
Brevard College departments are allowed to provide online options for the selling of products, payments for services and collection of donations. Consumers will generally be directed to a non-Brevard College website to process their payments as normal protocol. The various payment methods in place across campus are required to be approved prior to implementation to ensure secure handling procedures are in place. Consumers should be cautious when providing personal information like a credit/debit card number if they are utilizing a public workstation/device or public internet/wifi connection. Public workstations and internet connections are not always secure and subject to increased risk.
Information We Gather
Our Web servers generate temporary logs that contain the following information:
- Internet Address of Computer Being Used
- Web Pages Requested
- Referring Web Page
- Browser Used
- Date and Time
The data is used in aggregate by system administrators and Web content managers to tune the Web site for its efficiency and is not ordinarily associated with specific individuals. Summary reports produced from the logs help Web administrators to determine what Web browsers and pages are most popular.
The Way We Use Information
The my.brevard portal requires clients to login using their Brevard College ID and passphrase. Client information is used to route the requested Web page and specific content to your computer for viewing. Essential and nonessential technical information helps us respond to your request in an appropriate format [or in a personalized manner] and helps us decipher technical difficulties.
Contacting Us and Reporting Misconduct
For more information or to report any misconduct or abuse of this Web site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828.884.8332.
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