The official Christendom College social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, Instagram, and LinkedIn) are where students, parents, alumni and others can learn about and enjoy some of the great things happening at the college.
The college encourages its fans and followers to post, comment, and interact with others. The college encourages the high standard of Christian behavior that facilitates good and meaningful conversation.
If you decide to post complaints or criticism on official Christendom College social media outlets, avoid using statements, photographs, video or audio that reasonably could be viewed as malicious, obscene, threatening or intimidating, that disparage Christendom College students, faculty, employees, alumni, guests, etc., or that might constitute harassment or bullying. Examples of such conduct might include offensive posts meant to intentionally harm someone’s reputation or posts that could contribute to a hostile environment on the basis of race, sex, disability, religion, or any other status protected by law or Christendom College policy. Make sure you are always honest and accurate when posting information or news, and if you make a mistake, correct it quickly. Be open about any previous posts you have altered. Remember that the Internet archives almost everything, therefore, even deleted postings can be searched. Never post any information or rumors that you know to be false about Christendom College, its students, faculty, employees, alumni, guests, and other persons. Christendom College reserves the right to remove comments and/or posts that are in violation of the above policy, or that are wildly off-topic, duplicate, or that make ad hominem attacks. Further, the college reserves the right to ban or block users from access to college social media accounts or groups if the user is found to be engaging in any of the above activity on or off the social media outlets. The college also does not permit messages selling products or promoting commercial ventures unless they are deemed related to the college, its members, or its operation. All content and posts are bound by the Terms and Community Guidelines for that service:
- Facebook Statement of Rights and Responsibilities
- Twitter Terms of Service
- YouTube Terms of Service and Community Guidelines
- Flickr Terms of Service and Community Guidelines
- LinkedIn User Agreement and Community Guidelines
All posts and comments do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of the College.
If you have any concerns about the content posted on one of the college’s social media outlets, please email the Marketing Office at email@example.com. The college welcomes all of your feedback and thanks you for your help in creating a safe, vibrant, and respectful online community.