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The purpose of this document is to define the policy governing the retention of course content stored within the University's Learning Management System (LMS).

This policy and procedures apply to all changes to the University’s production technology infrastructure and information services.

The Data Classification Policy of Saint Joseph's University assigns a level of sensitivity to data as it is being created, amended, enhanced, stored, or transmitted.

To support its missions of teaching, research, and public service, Saint Joseph's University provides access to Information Resources for its Users. The University requires all Users of its Information Resources to do so in a responsible manner, abiding by all applicable federal and state laws and regulations, as well as all Saint Joseph’s University policies. This policy describes the appropriate use of all Information Resources, including, computers, networks, and any related technology and data.

The purpose of this document is to define the policy governing the disposition of any university owned digital asset and associated information that are under consideration for transfer from one university employee to another employee.

This policy applies to all users of Saint Joseph’s University email, collaboration tools and storage systems. This includes the use of Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 products.

The purpose of this document is to define the policy governing the purchase, replacement, and responsible disposal of University-owned personal computer systems. The Computer Replacement Program or CRP will ensure that faculty and staff have adequate, up-to-date, and supported computing resources. Furthermore, these resources will be replenished on a predictable, recurring schedule.

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) at Saint Joseph’s University offers a managed print program to support the printing needs of the community.  This document defines the policy governing the management of the University’s fleet of printers, including funding, deployment, and responsible maintenance and disposal of all printing related devices.  The Managed Print Program, or HawkPrint, ensures that departments have reliable, secure, up-to-date, and supported printing, copying and scanning resources.


All members of the University community are responsible for protecting the Information Resources to which they have access.


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The Computer Replacement Program (CRP) ensures all SJU employees have up-to-date computers.