College Web Content Placement Policy

Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Technology Solutions
Effective date
March 1, 2005
Last content update
March 1, 2005


  • Provide guidance for development of web content
  • Ensure content is displayed to the appropriate audience
  • Satisfy Minnesota State system regulations and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance
  • Ensure a quality and consistent web presence across the College


All Minnesota State Community and Technical College web content will be classified and displayed in one of the three following classifications:

1. College Internet site - public/college data (i.e. marketing-related, policy, catalog, schedules, directories, resources, etc.)
2. College Intranet site - information related to the internal workings of the College (i.e. forms, minutes, documents under review, internal calendars, etc.)
3. College Instructional Management site - class/program data for current students (i.e: assignments, class schedules, office hours, notes, etc.)


Web Services

Review and approve content for the Internet and Intranet.


Approve faculty requests and forward to Web Department.


Request additions, deletions and/or modifications for Internet and Intranet. Populate and maintain D2L Brightspace.

College department heads: Human Resources, Finance, Student Services, Information Technology, Facilities, Custom Training Services, Financial Aid

Approve department requests and forward to web team.

Marketing Department

Review and approve Internet marketing-related content/graphic changes.

Academic Affairs and Standards Council/Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs/Minnesota State system

Review and approve academic content changes.


Academic Affairs and Standards Council Curriculum Change Process
Minnesota Statutes 200316C.145 Non-visual Technology Access Standards

Associated Policies and Procedures

Minnesota State Community and Technical College Establishment of College Websites Policy

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