NDNU Residence Internet Activation Form

Acceptable Use Policy - Internet Connection

Internet Use Policy:

NDNU prohibits inappropriate use of its’ computing technology. For additional information regarding the NDNU’s Acceptable Use Policy in Computing, please visit us at NDNU Acceptable Use Policy for Information Technology.


Any illegal downloading of copyrighted materials, without any written consent of the company and/or owner is prohibited by law by which NDNU abides by. NDNU has the right to report any illegal activities to the authorities when requested.

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) has blocked known illegal download programs and/or ports on its firewall. Any legal pay-for-download program(s) and/or port(s) can be opened if it is proven that such program(s) and/or port(s) is/are legally acceptable by law and does not conflict with any illegal downloading.

Gaming and Other Port(s):

Online gaming ports are open 24 hours, seven (7) days a week. The Office of Information Technology (OIT) can open additional online gaming ports, requested by the student, so as long as it does not pose any danger and/or security risk to the stability of the University's Residence Network, or conflict with any illegal activity, such as; illegal downloading of copyrighted materials.

It is the sole responsibility of the student to troubleshoot their online gaming problems. Student must work with the gaming manufacturer to resolve any problems that they are experiencing.

Other personal Equipment(s):

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) prohibits the use of personal wireless routers. Residents are encourage to use the official NDNU wireless system for wireless connection to the internet. Violation of this policy may result to termination of service until further notice.