Does everything I post online have to be approved by the Communications Office?
Prior to your subsite's official launch, the Communications Office will review the website and must give their final approval before the site can "go live". During this review process, they look for things like proper spelling, grammar, formatting and writing style. Each subsite should abide by the guidelines outlined in the Hunter College Style Guide. If your site is not approved, specific revisions will be requested and the Communications Office will work with you to ensure that your site meets the needs of your office as well as the standards set by the College.
After your subsite has been launched, it is your office or department's responsibility to continuously maintain the site and ensure that all content on the website remains up-to-date. All public-facing CMS subsites are reviewed on a regular basis by the Communications Office. If out-of-date or incorrect content is found, the Communications Office will email your subsite's staff manager(s) and request that they remove or modify the offending material. If changes are not made in a timely manner, the content may be removed or modified by the Communications Office or Web Development Group.