The website content management system (CMS) provides significant benefits to the University of Kansas and the individual units on our campus. These benefits include an enhanced user experience through consistent branding and standard navigation across all KU websites, and the ability for non-technical staff within units to create and manage content on pages.
Because of the significant advantages of the CMS, campus units are expected to use the CMS for their websites. Requests for theme modification for special needs should be submitted to the Office of Public Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Unit Type||CMS & KU Template Required|
Any unit that offers academic courses in the official university catalog.
|Administrative & service units|
Any unit that provides services related to the operation of the university, that assists prospective and enrolled students, or that provides resources used by faculty, staff, students and guests of the university.
Any unit that is engaged in research studies but does not provide any academic courses in the official university catalog.
|Grant-funded service units or centers|
Any unit that is supported by an exterior revenue source, such as state, federal or private grants, and has a non-KU academic partner on the grant.
|University-funded centers for public programming|
Any unit that offers programming for public consumption, including exhibitions, performances and lectures.
|Class websites||Not available; Blackboard preferred.|
|Personal & Faculty websites||Not available; See other services.|
|Student Organizations||Not available; rockchalkcentral.ku.edu|
Requests for theme modification for special needs should be submitted to the Office of Public Affairs at email@example.com.