General Policies
Key Policy

Only members of the Executive Council, Systems Administrators of ACM/LUG, and officer approved individuals may hold keys to the ACM/LUG office, and only for the term of election. Keys should be returned to the advising department in a prompt manner following the cessation of official ACM/LUG duties. Failure to return a key will result in the loss of your security deposit and the expulsion from the ACM Office and its resources.

Door Policy

The ACM Office is open anytime there is a valid keyholder present. In all other instances the doors should remain closed and locked, and the last keyholder to leave is responsible for ensuring that this is the case.

Assault Policy

Assault is defined as any offensive and intentional physical contact with another person without their consent.

Gaming Policy

You are free to play games in the ACM office at any time before 10AM or after 3pm with the follow conditions

Space Policy

The ACM office is a shared resource and thus, we have many people coming in any time during the day. While you are free to use the desks and chairs of the ACM, you may not 'hog' a seat. You must give up your seat to another person that wants to do any of the following:

The ACM has no assigned seats and therefore, you must pick up after yourself when you leave. If you are to leave momentarily, please leave a note so nobody takes your seat. Any personal possessions that are left behind with no note will be unplugged (if applicable) and moved into a reclamation bin. Please remember, ACM holds no liability for your possessions. If a note was left but you are gone for a period longer than 1 hour, your possessions will be moved into the reclamation bin. Exceptions to this rule are granted by the ACM officers and must be signed.

Shared Resource Policy

The ACM office offers a refrigerator, toaster oven, microwave, and computers for students, faculty, staff, and invited guests to use. Please refer to the specific rules for each shared resource.

Refrigerator Policy
Toaster Oven and Microwave Policy
Violations to the Policy