University Website Registration
To comply with the university's World Wide Web Resources Policy 4-003, Rule 4-003D, all public1 institutional websites must be registered2 with the Office of the University Webmaster and kept up to date.
Once registered, webmasters will be notified and asked to confirm or update registration information once a year.
1. How do you define a "public" website?
A public website has content that doesn't require users to log in to view. Registration is not needed for internal tools, intranets, or web applications that require authentication.
2. What is the purpose of the website registry and how is the information used?
The information you provide is used to build and maintain a comprehensive website registry that identifies responsible parties to be contacted in the event of an issue. It will also enable us to form a community to better support each other, and help us to ensure the accuracy, consistency, security, and integrity of all university websites.