Do not violate copyright laws.
Visit the U.S. Copyright Office website to learn more about copyright protection.
University marks, words, logos, and symbols
Wright State University regulates and controls the use of the university's name and other marks, words, logos, and symbols. Download the Identity Style Guide (PDF) for information on how to use the university's logos and other marks.
Please do not use the Wright State bi-plane logo for your profile image in social media. This is reserved for the official university-level pages.
Contact Katie Halberg at (937) 775-3978 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to further discuss your profile images.
Understand privacy and safety
All content posted on social media is available to the public, including the media.
Do not post any identifying information about your students or other sensitive information. Please see Wright Way Policy.
Do not publish any information that could lead to identity theft or data breaches, including social security numbers, UID, full date of birth, financial data, etc.
In general, the social media sites are treated like official Wright State University websites, and as such are prohibited from placing paid advertisements and sponsorships. This includes posts, promotions, or graphics that are promised in exchange for financial gains, goods, or services.
Note that this does not apply to the ads that the social media channels place on your pages, typically on the side of the page. These are maintained and managed by the social media channels.
If you are interested in pursuing paid advertising in social media, please email email@example.com or call (937) 775-3232.
Violence in the workplace
Wright State University is committed to providing employees and students with an environment that is safe, secure, and free of threats, intimidation, and violence. To promote an atmosphere that encourages learning and productive employment, quick responsive action will be taken if violence or the threat of violence arises.
All threats of violence should be reported.
- Employees: Report threats to your supervisor, the Wright State University Police Department, and to the Department of Human Resources.
- Students: Report threats to the Wright State University Police Department and to the Office of Student Life.
Read more of Wright Way Policy 6052 »