Computer Labs


For the convenience of students and faculty, HTIC maintains two computer labs, one equipped with Windows machines and the other with iMacs. A word-processing and keyboarding course is required of all students wishing to complete their course of study at HTIC.

To encourage computer literacy, the Liberal Arts program offers one-credit courses in software applications including website construction, desktop publishing, database management, and multimedia presentation.

Responsible Use Policy for College Computer & College Network Access

The use of Hawaii Tokai International College computers and its computer network is a privilege, not a right, and inappropriate use will result in disciplinary action and/or the cancellation of those privileges by College officials. HTIC provides access to its computers and network for students, faculty and staff. All persons who access these computers shall thereby agree to the HTIC college policy. All users are expected to use the computers and network appropriately, honestly, and constructively. The complete policy is listed below (or click here).

24-hour Access Policy to Library & Computer Labs

Active students with a valid I.D. card and current full-time faculty are allowed 24-hour access to the Library or Computer Labs. A key-card for entry into the Library or Computer Labs when they are closed can be obtained from Security. During closed hours, the Library and Computer Labs are available for research, study, and computer usage only. No materials should be taken out of the Library. No printing privileges are available during closed hours.

HTIC Acceptable Use Policy for College Computer & College Network Access

The use of Hawaii Tokai International College (HTIC) computers and/or usage of its computer network by any computer is a privilege, not a right, and in appropriate use will result in disciplinary action by College officials including, but not limited to, the cancellation of those privileges.

HTIC provides access to both its computers and its network for students, faculty, and staff. All persons who access these computers and/or the network shall thereby agree to the following policy. All users are expected to use HTIC computers and/or the computer network appropriately, honestly, and constructively. The Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) is meant to support and protect College students and personnel in the use of this valuable educational resource.

The following actions constitute irresponsible and/or unacceptable use of HTIC computers and/or the computer network:

The above list should not be considered comprehensive. Other actions not listed may also cbe considered irresponsible and/or unacceptable use of HTIC computers and/or its network (i.e., violations addressed in HTICís Student and Staff handbooks). Violations may also be subject to local, state, federal, and international laws and statutes.

Penalties for violations:

First time violators will be warned that their actions are in violation of the AUP; subsequent violations will result in suspension of computer privileges for two weeks, suspension of computer privileges for an entire quarter, and finally permanent suspension of computer privileges.

HTIC makes no assurances of any kind, whether expressed or implied, regarding any network services provided. HTIC will not be responsible for any damages the student/user suffers. Use of any information obtained via the computer network is at the studentís own risk. HTIC specifically denies any responsibility for the accuracy or quality of information or software obtained through its services.

In the event of an operational conflict arising between keeping the system operation and maintaining the integrity of saved data, keeping the system operational will take precedence.

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