Social Media Guidelines
UT Tyler Social Media Policy StatementPosts and other content specifically added by administrators of The University of Texas at Tyler social media pages are official UT Tyler content. Opinions expressed by other users do not necessarily reflect the opinion of UT Tyler. User-provided content is not screened or evaluated during the submission process.
UT Tyler reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to screen and remove any content it deems inappropriate. This includes commercial content whose primary purpose is to sell a product, a service or other such practices via the UT Tyler social media pages, as well as content that harasses, abuses, threatens, posts containing profanity or hate speech, is offensive or in any way violates the rights of others. Personal attacks on others, students, administrators and staff members are prohibited.
Although UT Tyler may screen and remove content, UT Tyler is not responsible for the content posted by others on the UT Tyler social media channels. We also reserve the right to remove posts containing any and all links.
In addition, UT Tyler upholds the Terms of Service standards administered by social media outlets including, but not limited to:
- Facebook Terms of Service
- Twitter Terms of Service
- Instagram Terms of Service
- Pinterest Terms of Service
- YouTube Terms of Service
- LinkedIn Terms of Service
All content is bound by the UT Tyler Acceptable Use Policy. Further, users are expected to abide by applicable laws, regulations, rules and policies including the University Student Code of Conduct, the University Sexual Harassment Policies (students) (faculty/staff/visitors) and other regulations and policies concerning public communications including:
We encourage users to report violations by contacting the UT Tyler Office of Marketing and Communications.