CSUDH Web Policy
V. Unofficial University Web Pages
Unofficial CSUDH web pages are any electronic documents that satisfy both of the following conditions:
- not formally acknowledged by an administrator of a CSUDH division, office, school, department, unit or program.
- not housed on a University server, on a server rented by the University, or within the University's Internet domain ("csudh.edu")
Student, faculty, and staff personal pages, and student organizations web pages are considered unofficial web pages.
While the university encourages the authors of these unofficial web sites to adhere to standards of civility, professionalism, and university discourse, unofficial web sites are the property and responsibility of those who create them.
CSU Dominguez Hills does not undertake to edit, screen, monitor, or censor information posted on non-administrative web sites and does not accept any responsibility or liability for such information. Errors on these pages are not a university obligation or prerogative, even if an unofficial web site is housed on a university server or within the university’s Internet domain name (“csudh.edu”).
Although CSU Dominguez Hills is not responsible for unofficial pages, the University does reserves the right to remove from any CSUDH web server any page that is found to be in violation of the law or university policies or interests or that is detrimental to performance of the web server or the network.
Unofficial CSUDH Web Page Requirements:
The following statement must appear on any CSUDH web page that provides links to unofficial pages: "The views and opinions expressed on unofficial pages of California State University, Dominguez Hills faculty, staff or students are strictly those of the page authors. The content of these pages has not been reviewed or approved by California State University, Dominguez Hills." The disclaimer statement must be placed immediately preceding links to unofficial pages.
The content of a student organization's web page must relate specifically to the activities of that organization. Organization pages must include the campus address and phone number of the organization or the name of a responsible officer.