• WUGO – All registered university wide group should create and maintain a page on WUGO where they can list their mission, officers, constitutions and events. This provides easy, consistent access to the group, both within the Washington University community, and beyond. Student groups identifying themselves as a Washington University group should not post their group website on a non-university site; officers should not use individual or non-university email for their university group email address or group email lists. Groups can link to other websites or social media accounts from their WUGO page. Click here for WU’s social media policy.
  • Sites – A registered graduate student can obtain a university-hosted Sites website by contacting the Liberman Graduate Center. Once approved, a group may work with Public Affairs to create a Sites website.
  • Best Practices and Guidelines for Web Manager: The student group will be responsible for maintaining & updating content, however for security purposes, group account access should be limited to one person from the group who serves as web manager. The password for your group’s account should be changed each time the designated group Web Manager with account access changes. This typically happens when new officers are elected. Reminder: keep a record of your student group account information, including password that can be passed along to and changed by the new student group contact for next year. Forward a copy of any changes in group status and or student contact information to the Liberman Graduate Center.