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Website guidelines and responsibilities

The below guidelines apply to university faculty and staff, and external agencies involved in the creation of official university websites and pages.

Note: Websites developed for faculties, departments, offices, services or any other individuals or groups within the university are considered official websites in support of our core mission or related administrative business.

Web content editors are responsible for the content of the pages they publish and are expected to abide by the highest standards of quality and consistency in addition to ensuring that content is accessible and aligned with the university’s Editorial Style Guide.

Official websites are subject to editing and possible removal if deemed non-compliant with design and editorial guidelines, accessibility and copyright guidelines, violate law or policy, or are detrimental or damaging to the university.

May we suggest:

  1. Visit Brand Central and review the related guidelines and tools
  2. Contact us with any related questions
  3. Submit your Project Initiation Form (PIF)
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