As a leader in the use of technology in art and design, we are keenly aware of Internet privacy issues. Therefore, this is our pledge to you:
- We collect only the most general information from you while you visit our site. By the time you leave, we'll know the country from which your visit originated, the browser you use, what site you came to us from, and your I.P. address. This information is compiled into a summary of all site users, and is not linked to personal information. We use this information only in the interest of better understanding of our visitors so we can make this site better for you, our guest.
- Any personal information we do collect from you will be used solely for the purpose intended. So, for example, if you provide us with information through an online admission application, that department will only use it for that purpose.
- We do not share, sell or otherwise disclose personal information with any third parties, either inside or outside the university. You never have to share personal information with us to visit our website.
- We may disclose or be required to disclose personal information in response to legal process, for example, in response to a court order or a subpoena. We also may disclose such information in response to a law enforcement agency's request.
Our website may contain links to other sites whose information practices may be different than ours. Visitors should consult the other sites' privacy notices as we have no control over information that is submitted to, or collected by, these third parties.
The complete policy is posted to the Ringling website https://www.ringling.edu/policies-and-procedures/
While working to complete your degree at Ringling College, you will work and create with the most current resources available—the same or better than what you will find in the professional world. We update the hardware in the computer laboratories at least every other year, and the software yearly when classes are not in session.
A Notebook Computer for Every Student
Ringling College of Art and Design provides every student with a notebook computer, free of charge, for the duration of their enrollment.
We understand that an artist’s success in today’s competitive world depends on both creative vision and expertise with technology. Ringling College is committed to providing students with knowledge and technical experience needed for lifelong learning. We believe that continued use of the notebook can enhance that adventure.
What’s Included: The notebook computer is suitable for general purpose and discipline-specific academic computing needs. The notebook program provides Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite. Wireless connectivity is available across campus.
For more about the notebook computer program, visit mynotebook.ringling.edu
Location and Hours
Institutional Technology is located on the second floor of the Ann and Alfred Goldstein Center.
After Hours Phone Support (when classes are in session)
Online support (for current students, faculty, and staff): support.ringling.edu