This page describes the basis on which one can be granted or deprived of access to the IT systems of the Jade University.
The legal basis of all guidelines is the Lower Saxon Law of Universities.
According to section 16 of the Lower Saxon Law of Universities, members of a university are defined as in the following:
This is taken up appropriately in section 3 of the basic order of the Jade University. Therefore, members are matriculated students and those people, who do not only work terminally or full-time as a guest.
According to section 3 of the basic order of the Jade University, there is another group of members of the Jade University, which does not hold the exact same status of membership as the one first mentioned, but still belongs to it in some way. This group is called “Angehörige” in German and is defined as in the following:
Because of different contracts, the Jade University is obligated to always keep their user accounts up to date. One specific order is displayed by the service DFN-AAI: With the help of it, members of the university can prove their identity as a Jade University member at other service providers and, thus, use their services (e.g. services of the library). In doing so, the DFN-AAI defines so-called classes of reliability.
The Jade University is part of the “advanced” class of realiability. This results in having to meet minimum standards: