All UW-Green Bay departments may have a subsite of their own within the uwgb.edu domain.
Note: Not all departments work directly with Web Services on their website. Please refer to the list below to find where to begin:
- Top level pages - Web Services
- Academic Programs - Web Services
- Administration, Advancement, Alumni, Communications, Marketing - Kimberly Vlies
- Athletics - Adam Halfmann
- Business & Finance - Nathan Carlton and Paul Wikgren
- Information Services - Web Services
- Outreach and Adult Access - Dan Moore
- Student Affairs - Web Services (transitioning from Todd Sanders)
- Union, Bookstore, Dining, Ticketing - Kelly Kramp
Department website URLs are pre-determined and typically cannot be changed. Departments interested in a custom URL to advertise programs, products, or services can pursue a "Marketing URL". More information on Marketing URLs and how they are approved on a case-by-case basis can be found in the Website Policies and Procedures.
All academic programs must use the new website template for consistency and the minimum standardized navigation elements.
Each individual site represents a unique part of campus, but all sites together create one web presence. Each department site contributes to the perception of our University.Use of a template...
- Builds institutional identity and brand recognition
- Enhances credibility by using a professional design with up-to-date content
- Improves usability by allowing the visitor to clearly see where they are within the site
- Brings consistency so that visitors can easily compare academic programs and understand each is part of UW-Green Bay
- Establishes conventions such as site search and navigation location/function.
- Improves accessibility
- SEO - Improved find-ability with search-engine friendly architecture
Working from off-campus
Off-campus editing is possible by default for all websites built within WordPress. If you need off-campus editing access to your non-WordPress department website, please refer to our off-campus editing access information.