Services Provided

What we do

Web services is responsible for designing, maintaining, and managing content on the University's homepage, along with various other specifically designated sections of the outward-facing website.

Additionally, web services is tasked with building and designing all external web pages and sites for specific college offices and departments, including but not limited to: admissions, academic majors and departments, graduate programs, the office of the president, key presidential initiatives and institutional initiatives.

Further information on the services provided can be found on our clients and projects page.

Our services

The Web services office at Messiah University provides a range of services to the campus community, all of which are offered free of charge. These services encompass:

Website Development and Organization:

  • Developing and maintaining Messiah University's external website, including day-to-day upkeep of
  • Creating new sections on the public-facing website for programs, departments, divisions, or initiatives.
  • Offering consultations to campus groups and departments on effective web content organization, applying web usability principles.
  • Providing design and site navigation guidance, as well as initiating web projects for university departments and programs.
  • Monitoring web page performance and functionality to ensure optimal efficiency and a high-quality user experience.

Support & Training:

  • Managing the University's content management system (Jadu CMS) and conducting training sessions for campus users.
  • Offering graphic design support for websites and multimedia assistance for Messiah-related web content.
  • Educating the Messiah University community on current and emerging web technologies for potential implementation.
  • Creating official Messiah University blogs and ensuring adherence to graphic and editorial standards.
  • Monitoring specified areas of the University's websites to address inaccurate or outdated content.


  • Responding to technical inquiries through the web help ticket system on the University's external website.
  • Coordinating web server usage, access, and upgrades in collaboration with Messiah's Information Technology Services (ITS).
  • Monitoring and communicating website activity, interpreting statistical data to support web marketing strategies.
  • Procuring and maintaining software and hardware for the external website.
  • Overseeing internet copyright violation procedures for students in conjunction with ITS and the Office of Student Programs.
  • Establishing and maintaining the University's governing website policies.
  • Implementing and assisting with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Messiah University's external website.

Information on Services provided