Each member of the Columbia community is provided with an email account (email@example.com). The Department disseminates various news, events, and professional initiatives through the Columbia email system.
Students are expected to adhere to the Columbia Computer and Network Use Policy, as stated on the website.
The Department prohibits nuisance e-mail or other online messages such as chain letters, obscene, harassing, or other unwelcome messages.
Each registered IEOR graduate student is granted an IEOR Computer Lab Account. To activate the account, please follow the directions located on this website. Please contact the System Administrator, Sam Lee, for any questions or concerns.
The Department asks all users of the IEOR Computer Lab and Electronic Classroom (Room 303 Mudd) not to bring any food or drinks to the space. Furthermore, the Department kindly asks all users to be mindful not to leave any garbage or unwanted materials behind.
The IEOR Computer Lab Account and the use of the IEOR Electronic classroom (Room 303 Mudd) is a privilege granted to you. This privilege will be revoked if these policies are violated.
The IEOR Departmental students have the responsibility for activating the Columbia University Network ID (UNI), which includes a free Columbia email account. We ask all students to communicate official program business using their Columbia email account in order for the Department to verify your identity. Email sent using other sources may be discarded as spam. In addition, official communications from the Department and University - e.g., information on graduation, announcements of closing due to severe storm, flu epidemic, transportation disruption, etc. -- will be sent to the student's Columbia email account. Students are responsible for either reading email there, or, for utilizing the mail forwarding option to forward mail from their Columbia account to an email address which they will monitor.