Jepson Hall, Room G-3
Hours: M–F, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
After hours: 287-6500
Student Computer Accounts
- Computer accounts for undergraduates and law students automatically expire 70 days (10 weeks) after the student's status becomes inactive. This occurs when the Office of the Registrar marks their record as being inactive or they are nolonger enrolled in University classes.
- Graduate and School of Continuing Studies students are set to expire 105 days (15weeks) after their student status becomes inactive.
Consideration for May, August, and December Graduates
- Students who have applied for graduation are treated as active students—even if student status is inactive—until their degree is conferred or rejected.
- Conferred graduates' accounts are set to expire on the following dates:
- May graduates: August 1 of the graduation year
- August graduates: November 1 of the graduation year
- December and January graduates: June 1 of the graduation year
Employee Computer Accounts
- Computer accounts for staff will expire upon termination of employment. Retired staff have the option of setting up email forwarding.
- Computer accounts for non-retiring faculty will expire sixty (60) days after termination of employment. Retired faculty retain their network and email accounts.
- Computer accounts for terminated employees who have an active student status will expire according to the rules for student accounts (see above).
- Check list for employees separating from employment.
Death of an Employee or Student
As soon as the authoritative department (HR for faculty and staff, registrar for students) marks the person inactive or deceased, the accounts will be considered expired.
Accounts may be set to expire at any time for cause at the request of the Human Resources Office, the registrar, or the deans.
If a student or employee regains active status before their accounts are terminated they will retain access to the accounts.