Policies for web hosting and domain names
Official departments, offices, institutes and centers of the university are required to follow brand guidelines established by OMC and to meet technical requirements established by ITS.
Requirements for university sites:
- Logos or marks:
University sites should use the department or college logo created by OMC. Centers and institutes can work with OMC to develop a logo if one is needed.
- Domain names:
University sites are required to have a marquette.edu domain or subdomain. Examples: marquette.edu/your-site or yoursite.marquette.edu.
University sites are required to be hosted on Marquette servers unless offsite hosting has been approved by ITS and OMC.
Syndicated advertisements (such as those from Google Ads) are not allowed on university sites. This applies to university sites that have received OMC approval for offsite hosting.)
- Management and access:
ITS and/or OMC must be provided access to all university sites to ensure continuity if the site’s manager becomes unavailable.
- Copyright concerns:
Content that is not original or is used without permission is not allowed.
All university websites and digital content must meet WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines.
Faculty research sites, individual academic project sites and unofficial working groups
If a faculty member were to leave Marquette and the website would leave with him or her, the site is not considered a property of Marquette.
Faculty sites or unofficial working groups do not need to meet brand or technical requirements.