Web Development manages the content for the Saint Xavier University websites, ensuring that the site is resourceful, easy to navigate and reflects the mission of Saint Xavier University.
This SXU website consists of more than 6,000 pages promoting and providing information about the University. We encourage you to visit your pages often and submit updates on a regular basis. To edit content on existing web pages, we ask that you become a content contributor and become trained in OU Campus. Effective January 1, 2017, the Office of University Relations will not make updates to content for departmental web pages if your department has designated, trained content contributors. Please refer to our Web Policies and Procedures for more details.
Any changes done to web pages are submitted through OU Campus to University Relations for approval. Please allow 48 to 72 hours for completion/approval.
To sign up for an OU Campus training session, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web Development will remain responsible for the following actions Saint Xavier University websites:
- creation of new web pages
- approving static web page requests
- adding videos and pictures to web pages
- creating online registrations and payments
We are also responsible for building bulk emails. Please refer to our Bulk Emails page for details.
Aside from the institutional public website, Web Development also maintains the following Saint Xavier University websites:
Looking to add or update a scholarship? Please fill out the Scholarship Directory form and we will be in touch with any questions we may have. If you have questions regarding the form, please contact email@example.com.
University Relations can assist in the adding/changing, maintaining and troubleshooting of the institution's main website; however, each school and campus department and office is responsible for content as it pertains to the web pages dedicated to their area. Please adhere to the policies and procedures for the Web that thoroughly details the responsibilities for each University school and campus department and office as it pertains to the institutional website and intranet.
All web requests outside of the responsibilities a school and campus department and office can perform should be submitted to University Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Web Policies and Procedures (PDF) details department responsibilities and University Relations responsibilities when it comes to the institutional website, intranet and any personal websites.