On Tuesday, she appeared in Lenawee County District Court on Tuesday for her arraignment. She waived a reading of the charges. She has not yet entered a plea, according to the court clerk at Lenawee County District Court.
The judge continued her $20,000 personal recognizance bond, according to court records.
The alleged hacking took place on April 25, the arrest warrant states, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Authorities have not elaborated on a possible motive.
The Michigan State Police Cyber Command Center began investigating Jass after being contacted by staff at Adrian College who said they believed the history professor may have accessed several college accounts without authorization, it said in a press release obtained by PEOPLE.
A statement from Adrian College thanked the Michigan State Police and the Lenawee County Prosecutor’s Office “for their thorough investigation and for ultimately bringing charges in this [alleged] crime,” according to the Telegram.
The statement referred to Jass as a “former faculty member,” but did not state when she stopped working at the college.