Data Policies

Introduction

Websites maintained by the School of Arts and Sciences Information Technology Web team (e.g. our Joomla! websites) are designed to provide information to the public.  Information intended for an internal audience should be shared using other technologies. 

  • To determine what data should not be made public, refer to the links under "University Data Policy Information" below.
  • For assistance determining how best to share data internally, please submit an SAS IT workorder.

University Data Policy Information

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

FERPA is the federal law that governs the rights of students and institutional responsibilities with respect to student records.

Rutgers Information Technology Policies

All members of the University community are responsible for adhering to the policies and guidelines established to ensure the integrity of the university's infrastructure, the security of its data, and the efficient and ethical use of its resources.

Information Technology Policies
Summary
Information Technology Policies
Complete list from Section 70 of the Rutgers University Policy Library
Information Classification policy (PDF)
Outlines the standards for classifying information at Rutgers

 

School of Arts and Sciences Identity Policy

Unifying the visual identity of the School of Arts and Sciences is an important step in forging our presence at Rutgers and in branding the school beyond the university’s walls. Our identity solidifies our connection to the larger enterprise and our distinctive role in it, while presenting alumni, policymakers, prospective donors, and future students with a clear and strong message of the breadth and depth of our productivity and potential.
Read more about the School of Arts and Sciences Visual Identity Policy