The USU web site is comprised of all centrally managed university pages as well as some resources not maintained by the USU webmaster (i.e. AFRRI, LRC, MedPix, CIM, various Centers, etc). The webmaster works in coordination with the Office of External Affairs to ensure that information located on this web site is accessible, accurate, consistent and up-to-date. We welcome constructive feedback regarding content and links at webmaster@usuhs.edu.


Documents submitted for publication are tested using Word and Acrobat in-application tools. Documents that do not pass accessibility checks will be required to be updated by the content author or department contact. Documents must pass accessibility checks (using in-application tools) at 100% to be published to the USU web site. USU accessibility references are available on the One-Stop web site under the End-User Support Library:

Document Accessibility Training

  • 10/23/14 | 10 a.m. | LRC First Floor Classroom | Document Accessibility Basics (Registration Closed)
  • 11/20/14 | 10 a.m. | LRC First Floor Classroom | Document Accessibility Basics (Registration Closed)

For further guidance and additional 508 resources, please visit the Section 508 web site or contact the USU Webmaster.

Removal of Personally Identifying Information

Information on the USU web site may not contain personal information such as marital status, children, personal contact information, social security numbers, personal phone numbers, personal email, etc. Professional information such as faculty Bios, CVs and [work] contact information, may be located on this public web site, but is not required.

Pagemaster Information

Pagemasters are organizational web content developers or organization contacts. Review the web guidelines for detailed information about USU web site requirements. For assistance in publishing approved content to the USU website, submit a request through the Service Desk System.

USU Page Requirements

USU pages must follow Federal Government, Department of Defense, Accessibility, and USU standards and guidelines. Pages must contain accurate, up-to-date and relevant information. Pages must contain technically correct and validating markup, and must use correct and validating style. Branding Guidelines should be followed, including the use of logo versus university seal. You may not recreate the logo or seal for your organization's purposes. Each page must contain certain elements. These are:

  • Link to the USU Home page
  • Link to the Privacy/Security Notice
  • USU webmaster contact information (webmaster@usuhs.edu)
  • Date of last update
  • Use of the USU template (there are two template options at this time). The USU template contains server-side includes that point to USU webmaster maintained sections of every page:
    • Banner
    • Upper-left menu
    • Operating Status
    • Right Footer