All content creators must be trained to use Cascade CMS, the University's content management system, in order to receive access.
Individuals who are charged with maintaining or creating web content for the Alfred University website are responsible for complying with all University, local, state and federal laws, regulations, policies and guidelines.
Content which the University deems to be in violation of these laws, regulations, policies or guidelines may be removed along with access to the offending page(s). Violators may also be prosecuted and/or disciplined.
Web Advisory Group (WAG)
- The Web Advisory Group steers the priorities, content, navigation and structure of the University websites
- The WAG gives the highest priority to applications that help us recruit students to the University or meet significant institutional needs
- The WAG decides where content should be located, based on both empirical and experiential information
The Web Team is responsible for making sure that all relevant standards, regulations and guidelines are carried out in support of the University's mission and goals.
The dean, department or organization head is ultimately responsible for the content of his/her area's official AU site.