Web Page Policy
The Office of Center for Student Involvement at Barry University is responsible for all student organizations related materials published on the Barry University internet and intranet web pages. This policy assures that Barry University presents accurate information and a consistent image. For this reason, the Office of Center for Student Involvement will oversee all student organizations electronic publications for the Barry University home pages.
The Barry University internet and intranet pages are considered official University publications as well as campus wide information sources. As with printed publications, only approved University information will be communicated on Barry’s home pages and all other official pages that are linked to it.
All officially recognized student organizations are encouraged to develop official pages for linkage to the Barry University and Student Affairs internet and intranet home pages so that a comprehensive view of the University is offered. Official pages will be linked to appropriate, previously created categories after review and approval by the Director of Center for Student Involvement . Student Organizations wishing to have their materials placed on departmental web pages other than those supported by the Division of Student Affairs must receive prior approval from the Director of Center for Student Involvement .
Student organizations are responsible for developing their own pages. Whenever possible, links to other sites on the Barry University home page should be created. This will reduce duplication of effort and help ensure consistency and accuracy.
Student organizations creating official pages must have the approval of their advisor and the Director of Center for Student Involvement . When the page is completed, copy the file on disc and submit it to the Office of Center for Student Involvement for approval. When approved, the page will be linked to the appropriate web site. All disc files for official pages will be kept on file in the Office of Student Activities.
Copyright and trademark rules must be observed. Graphics, video, audio or text created by another person may not be placed on a page without demonstrated permission of the artist or author. All photographs must be approved by the Director of Center for Student Involvement . Each link must be accompanied by a purpose and rationale statement and must be approved by the Director of Center for Student Involvement . Documents containing links which are deemed unacceptable or unnecessary will be returned for revisions.
Student organizations creating official web pages are responsible for the timely updating of text and images contained on those pages. An official web page manager must be appointed. Web pages expire at the close of each semester. Material reviews and revisions must be made during the first two full weeks of each semester. No changes will be accepted outside of this time frame. Contact information including a phone number, address and e-mail address for the web page manager and a stamp indicating the date of the last update will be placed on file in the Office of Center for Student Involvement .
If through random checks, a problem in content or design is discovered, the web page manager will be contacted and the page removed until the problem is corrected. Web page managers will be held responsible for all information contained on the student organization web page.