Computer and Network Usage Policy

The use of The Culinary Institute of America's network and computer systems by any party should always be legal, ethical, and consistent with the CIA's mission. The CIA grants access to its networks and computer systems subject to responsibilities and obligations set forth in this Computer and Network Usage Policy and subject to all local, state, and federal laws. Should it be determined that network or computer activity being generated from any user or user's device is drastically inhibiting or interfering with the performance of the CIA's network and computing resources, the CIA reserves the right to immediately terminate that user's access and devices without notice.

Users of the CIA network and computing resources must realize that receiving access is a privilege provided by the CIA and should be treated as such. Enforcement of this policy and established procedures for all CIA campuses will benefit all users.

The full CIA Computer and Network Usage Policy may be viewed from the Policies and Procedures page (under Campus and Student Life) at CIA Main Menu.