All of the pages on the university website represent not only you and your department, but also Augusta University, the Georgia Board of Regents, and the University System of Georgia.
As such, all pages on the augusta.edu website need to be professional, consistent and comply with University System guidelines.
Webpages should not include:
All university-related webpages should be published within OU Campus and the augusta.edu domain.
All the webpages on the university website must meet federal and state regulations and fall in line with the university's branding guidelines.
Use approved fonts & colors
All of the default fonts and colors in OU Campus are approved.
Use the University Calendar for public events
Do not post or embed Google calendars or individuals calendars on the university website. Staff meetings and departmental events should use the Outlook calendar system, not be posted on the internet where anyone can see it and attend.
Use the Faculty Directory for faculty bios
Do not create separate pages for each faculty member. Departments may list their faculty/staff, but link directly to the directory for additional information about that faculty member.
Do not consistently refer to the university and/or its entities
The university's name is already located in the header of every page. You do not need to consistently remind users where they are or what page they are looking at on the site.