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New Websites

New, official websites for academic and administrative units must be created and approved by University Marketing in adherence to official university website policies and utilizing branded templates. The timeline to build and launch a new website varies based on project needs, content availability and ongoing projects at the time of the request. When a new website is requested the Web Services team will schedule a meeting to discuss your project, establish a timeline and outline responsibilities.  Any responsibilities and deadlines missed will cause the timeline to be adjusted appropriately. 


New websites will not be published with incomplete content or "under construction" messages.  


To avoid Website bloat and the associated, unnecessary costs that may be imposed by TerminalFour as a result, University Marketing may limit the number of web pages that a department may have for its website. At its discretion, University Marketing may combine, edit or otherwise alter the content of departmental web pages in order to reduce overall Website size. University Marketing will consult with the appropriate Content Manager before making such changes; however, the final decision resides with University Marketing. Every effort will be made to ensure that no informational integrity is lost as a result of website size adjustments.

Faculty Websites (Research Centers & Labs)

In support of the academic mission of the university, full-time faculty members are entitled to space on the Website for their research center, group and laboratory websites. To initiate the process of creating a new research center or laboratory website, faculty members must submit a Web Services request. Once a faculty website has been created, the faculty member is responsible for maintaining and updating the site. While faculty may maintain control over the academic substance and content of their site(s), they must comply with university policy and Web Design and Content Standards. 

Student Organization Websites

Students who wish to maintain web-accessible information in support of their clubs and organizations must use Orgsync, the designated content management system for student organizations. Student organizations are not typically given space in TerminalFour.

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