The office of web communications provides the Loyola community leadership, guidance, and assistance in using the web for internal and external communication while ensuring unity and cohesion to the existing site.
Website Development / Redesign
We are here to help you create a new website, or redesign your existing website, for any Loyola department, program, or event. Submit a Project Request Form to get the project started!
Content Owners Network
Need some tips on best Web practices, inspiration, or did you lose your Sitecore training document? Visit the Content Owners Network!
Find a typo? Or maybe a link that isn't working? Fill out a brief web form and we’ll fix it.
Promoting Your Events and Photos
The NewsHound is Loyola's e-digest of campus news and events and is accessible via the homepage on Inside Loyola. Submit a notice to the NewsHound.
Upcoming Events Calendar
Need to promote your event to the campus and local community? Submit your event information via the events submission form. View the external events calendar.
Photos of the Week
Loyola's Photos of the Week are images featured on Inside Loyola and Loyola's Tumblr and Facebook pages sent in from students and staff from around campus and abroad. To submit your own photos, tag your tweets and Instagram photos with the hashtag, #LoyolaPOTW, or email the images to email@example.com. The office of web communications selects the images to be featured.
Submit an Idea
Have an idea for a great story or feature you'd like shared with the Loyola community? Send your ideas through our idea submission form for consideration in Loyola communications.
Mass Email Permissions
If you need to email an extremely large group of people on campus (such as all faculty), contact Kim Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will review your message, determine the most appropriate channel, and set you up with permissions to send to a distribution list if necessary. Read the mass communication policy.
Are you sending an email to an external audience? Loyola uses software and templates to make sure that your message reaches the intended audience and the office of web communications is here to help you with that. Submit a Project Request Form for assistance with creating and sending a mass email.