Social media is a great way for students to stay connected. The following guidelines are designed to help you navigate the social web at San Jacinto College and your personal life.
Participate and Connect:
We can’t wait to hear from you! If you have a question, don't hesitate to ask! We'll find the answer or connect you with someone at the College who can help. Do keep in mind that we do not have access to student records, so questions concerning financial aid, student accounts and academic advising are best left to the experts on campus. We might ask you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can further assist you - some conversations are better left off our social media sites.
If you find yourself in disagreement with someone, and want to state a differing opinion, please do so in a respectful manner. However, if your comment includes profanity or attacks someone personally, it will be removed from our official College social media sites without warning. Language that is illegal, obscene, defamatory, threatening, infringing of intellectual property rights, invasive of privacy, profane, libelous, threatening, harassing, abusive, hateful or embarrassing to any person or entity, or otherwise injurious or objectionable is unacceptable and shall be removed. Social media sites are not an appropriate place to talk negatively about classmates or instructors. If you have a situation you would like to report, please send an email to email@example.com. We will be happy to look into it. A good rule of thumb for all online communication is not to post it if you wouldn't want it on the front page of the newspaper.
Did we goof on a location, time, etc.? Let us know and we'll get it corrected as soon as possible. Thanks in advance!
Are you in charge of a student organization or know about a great event happening on one of the campuses? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the information and we will share it on our social media sites. Or, you are more than welcome to share the details on those sites.
If you have great pictures from a campus event, please feel free to share them on our social media sites. Just let us know who, what, where and when.
Utilize social media to connect with friends, family and classmates. Social media provides a great opportunity for you to connect and engage with the world around you. Visit the social media directory online for a list of San Jacinto College’s social media sites, and join the ones that interest you the most. Let us know if you have any questions or what type of information you would like to see on our social media sites.
Be careful what you share:
Never give out personal information on social media sites such as social security numbers, G number, passwords, PIN numbers, account numbers, your address, or phone number. San Jacinto College will never request this type of information from you through a social media site.
You can’t take it back:
Once you post something in social media, you can’t take it back. Always remember that social media sites are not necessarily “private.” Regardless of your privacy settings, anyone you are connected to might share something you have posted online. Before you post, remember that many employers, colleges, and universities are turning to social media sites to help determine admissions and employee selections. Each day there are more court cases utilizing social media sites as supporting evidence. So, please be careful what information you share online.
San Jacinto College does not monitor the personal social media sites of our students. However, we do monitor the College name (San Jacinto College) and variations of it online. Students may be subject to disciplinary action, as outlined in the San Jacinto College student handbook, based on information posted on social networking sites. San Jacinto College reserves the right to turn cases of serious incidents over to the proper authorities. Examples of this may include, but are not limited to, threats against the College, its students, or employees.
Please do not access social media sites during class times, unless instructed to do so by your professor. Limit your activity on social networking sites on public computers during times of high traffic; other students may need the machines to complete course work.
Thanks for helping make the San Jac social media sites such a great resource for our students - former, current and future. Let us know if you have any questions or ideas. Contact us at email@example.com.