At Robert Cavelier University, electronic communication is the preferred medium for students, faculty, and staff. To take advantage of this technology, it is required that students, faculty, and staff acquire and maintain e-mail access with the capability to send and receive attached files.
To navigate the Internet, it is recommended that the latest version of one of the following browsers be used:
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
Robert Cavelier University also provides documents that can be accessed using Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available without cost to students at www.adobe.com.
Robert Cavelier University strives to prevent the spread of computer viruses by employing the latest virus detection software on all university-owned computer systems; however, Robert Cavelier University makes no guarantee related to the unintentional propagation of computer viruses that may go undetected by our virus detection software.
Robert Cavelier University will not be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or punitive damages of any kind, including but not limited to: loss of data, file corruption, or hardware failure, resulting from the effect of any malicious code or computer virus unintentionally transmitted by university staff members, faculty, students or affiliates.
Robert Cavelier University strongly recommends and urges all faculty and students to seek out and install adequate virus detection software and to routinely check for, and install, the most recent updates to their anti-virus software no less frequently than once each month for their computer and operating system.
Technical Specifications and Instructions
In general, students access course materials using a computer or laptop (PC or Mac), a modern web browser, and a high-speed Internet connection.
Robert Cavelier University does not support the use of tablets, smartphones, or other similar devices for taking any of the courses in the program. While some course material might be accessible on those devices, students are likely to encounter technical issues that may prevent them from completing courses.
Specific courses may have additional technical requirements as specified in individual course syllabi.