Rules Of Intellectual Property For Students

All student work submitted as a requirement for course credit is the intellectual property of that student and the student may use or publish their work without any authorization from the College.

The student must get written consent from the College in order to use or publish material for which the student is not an author or collaborator.

An employee must get permission from a student to use that student's work as a sample/model. At the student's request, the work will be published anonymously, or under a pseudonym.

As previously stated, students have the right to publish any of their own creative work and are entitled to 100% of the royalties for these works.