Students who are enrolled in classes at Campbellsville University have access to on-campus wired or wireless networks and computer labs. There are over 150 computers available for use in the computer labs. Campbellsville University requires all users to know and abide by the Acceptable Use Policy when utilizing technology on campus
The use of computers for class work takes precedence over personal use, such as e-mail, internet browsing, games, etc. All users wanting to connect to the internet with their personal device must complete registration with Campbellsville University’s Network Access Control. A student is allowed to register a total of 5 network connections each semester. For help with registration please see the Information Technology Tab in TigerNet.
All network connections will be made active once you agree to comply with the University’s policy and authenticate using the appropriate credentials.
As a network user, you are required to maintain up-to-date antivirus software and apply all operating system security patches and service packs. Failure to maintain the security of your system can result in disconnection from the Campbellsville University network. If your machine is determined to be adversely affecting network performance, your equipment may be disconnected in the interest of preserving network services.
Use of any peer-to-peer (P2P) applications is strictly prohibited on Campbellsville University's network. Usage of such programs will result in disconnection.