NWOSU on Social Media

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Official NWOSU Social Media Sites

List of Other NWOSU-Related Social Media Sites

If you'd like to be shown on this list, please follow the Social Media Policy and register your social media accounts with University Relations staff.

Facebook pages/groups must have a member of the University Relations staff as an administrator. Twitter and other accounts needing login access must provide login details, so we highly suggest setting up departmental/club Twitter accounts with generic email addresses rather than personal ones. You can contact Information Technology to set up a generic Northwestern account for your department or club.

We will store this information if ever needed to pass along administrative privileges when people leave the university, and will only use the login info when absolutely necessary.

NWOSU-Related Facebook Pages (Registered)

NWOSU-related Facebook Groups (Registered)

NWOSU- Related Twitter Sites (Registered)

NWOSU-Related Instagram (Registered)

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Northwestern Social Media Policy

Northwestern Oklahoma State University has developed the following policy to recognize the rights of students and employees to use social media and to help clarify how best to enhance and protect personal, professional, and institutional reputations when participating in social media. For this purpose, social media is defined as media designed to be disseminated through online social interaction and created using highly accessible and scalable publishing techniques. Examples include but are not limited to LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

Both in professional and institutional roles, employees and students need to follow the same legal and behavioral standards online as they would in real life. All laws, professional expectations, policies and procedures for interacting with students, parents, alumni, donors, media, and other University constituents apply to use of social media. Employees and students are responsible for anything they post to social media sites when representing themselves in a Northwestern official capacity.

This policy is subject to change as needed.

To read more of Northwestern's Social Media Policy, please click the link below:

NWOSU's Full Social Media Policy

Contact the Office of University Relations with questions and if your organization/ department is interested in creating social media sites.