Mobile Device Allowance Program

Amherst College

July 2013

Amherst College is moving toward a stipend model to support a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy, in place of College-­‐provided equipment, for employees whose jobs require the use of a mobile device with phone or data service.   

Program Requirements:

If an employee’s job duties include the frequent need for a mobile device he/she may be eligible for a stipend to defray the cost of the monthly fees.   

Information Technology Policies

Use the links below to access the IT Department policies.

As in other aspects of College life, members of the Amherst community are bound by the Statement of Intellectual Responsibility and the Statement on Respect for Persons in all work done using IT facilities or equipment.

Andrew J. Bacevich, "U.S. Options in Iraq"

On Thursday, Oct. 4, at 8 p.m. in Cole Assembly Room, Converse Hall, AndrewJ. Bacevich, professor of international relations at Boston University, spoke on the current situation in Iraq and the current policies available to the United States to contain our generation's greatest geopolitical crisis. His topics included the Bush administration's "surge," legislation in Congress for a timetable of withdrawal and the partition of Iraq into semi-autonomous Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish states.

Privacy Statement

The Trustees of Amherst College (“College”) last amended this Privacy Statement (“Statement”) on January 30, 2007. Please read it carefully.

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