Your Main Site Contact (or department head, dean, or director) can request for you
to have access to a particular site. If you have not yet attended OU Campus training,
you will need to do so. After completing training, IT will add your user to the requested
site and you will access OU Campus using your WKU NetID and password. If you do not
know who your Main Site Contact is, please email email@example.com.
Yes, student organizations are offered complimentary space on the orgs.wku.edu server.
The procedure for obtaining OUCampus training and access, and for requesting website
space is the same. We offer website templates that are not branded with WKU logos
and colors for student and other orgs on campus. To request OUCampus access and to
request a site, please visit https://www.wku.edu/apps/ouaddons/
The WKU.edu homepage has been strategically designed to meet the needs of prospective
students and their families. The office of Creative Web Services maintains analytic
data that shows how effective links on the homepage are. Over time, we may change
out links based on their usage by WKU constituents. If you are interested in placing
a link to your organization on the homepage, we request that you submit your request
via email to the WKU Web Standards Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Main landing pages were created as a way to organize the WKU.edu website for the convenience
of our users. If you would like your link or category added to a landing page, please
email your request to email@example.com.
Photos that are in the photo rotation on the WKU.edu homepage are selected according
to relevance, timeliness and often coincide with events on campus, appropriate seasons,
etc. If you have a high resolution photo from an event that falls within these parameters,
please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org to request inclusion in the homepage rotation. We cannot guarantee a length of time
that your photo will remain in the rotation, but we will do our best to accommodate
your request. We do not typically advertise events in the homepage rotation space
unless they have a very broad reach.