A new website request may be issued for a site that currently does not exist. To submit a request, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Who is the site owner? (This is the person who can approve a site launch and has local authority for the site. e.g., for a Faculty site, the Dean or designate)
Who is the main contact for the site? (Contact should have internal project-management authority)
Who will be the site editor? (This person will have lead responsibility for producing and maintaining the content for the site going forward)
additional content contributors (people who will author/update content for the site)
internal web developers or other technical staff who are available and committed to this website development
internal communications staff or other non-technical staff who are available and committed to this website development
Urgency (if needed within six months)
Audiences (prospective students, current students, internal, etc.)
Site rebuilds – "I want to scrap my site and start fresh"
In some cases, a site rebuild will expedite the migration process. If you have a website that has not been migrated to the new content management system and you wish to "start fresh," you will still need to:
Once complete, submit both forms via email to email@example.com and note that you are proposing a site rebuild. If the new proposed architecture contains content or pages that currently exist on your website, note the URL of the page under the "Current URL" column.