Link Policy and Privacy Statement
In accordance with the recommendations from Texas DIR, the following disclaimer and guidelines are applicable to all webpages pertaining to www.wtamu.edu.
Disclaimer: West Texas A&M University disclaims responsibility for the accessibility, security or content accuracy of information for external (non www.wtamu.edu) website content. The liability of such pages rests on the site owner of the respective site.
External Website Content
In instances where West Texas A&M University, or its entities, manage content on external webpages (i.e. Facebook, Twitter or external website) the accuracy of information is entrusted to the applicable site administrator(s). These site administrators are employees of West Texas A&M University and by this employment agree to WTAMU's values of Honesty, Hard Work and Integrity. Any misrepresentation of West Texas A&M University, or its entities, on these or any other medium by WTAMU employees or non-employees should be reported to the Office of Communication and Marketing, email@example.com. West Texas A&M University disclaims the responsibility for inaccurate or misleading information (including copyright violations, slander, libel, defamation and invasion of privacy) on external webpages. The responsibility of such actions rests on the individual.
Accessibility of External Content
West Texas A&M University has assembled an accessibility workgroup committed to making its electronic and information resources (EIR) accessible for all users in accordance with Section 508 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d), Texas Government Code Chapter 2054, Subchapter M, and the standards and specifications set forth by Texas Administrative Code Title 1, Chapter 206, Subchapter C, §§206.70 – 206.71 (TAC 206) and Texas Administrative Code Title 1, Chapter 213, Subchapter C, §§213.30 – 213.41 (TAC 213). Visit WTAMU's Accessibility page for more information.
WTAMU does not have direct control over the accessibility of external content and therefore disclaims any responsibility in the neglect or absence of standards set forth for institutions of higher education by the state or federal government. In instances where West Texas A&M University, or its entities, manage content on external webpages (i.e. Facebook, Twitter or external websites) administrator(s) should abide by the guidelines set by the Office of Communication and Marketing to ensure the most accessible content available on the medium. Questions or concerns should be addressed to the web communication manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Privacy Statement applies to the WTAMU homepage - www.wtamu.edu and any page within the University's site linking to it. Since the WTAMU web community consists of external websites, other websites may adopt different privacy and security statements as their specific needs require. The WTAMU website, www.wtamu.edu, contain links to various external websites. The University is not responsible for the privacy and security practices or the content of external websites linked to.
Information Gathered by WTAMU
Our site does use server logs to collect information concerning your internet connection and general information about your visit to our website. This information may be used to analyze trends; to create summary statistics for the purpose of determining technical design specifications; and to identify system performance or problem areas.
Server Log Information
Access to Information
In accordance with TAC Rule 206.72, any web-based form on an official University website that requests information from the public must have a link to the WTAMU Link Policy and Privacy Statement.
Extensive security measures consistent with the Texas Administrative Code (TAC) "Information Security Standards" and WTAMU Rules and Standard Administrative Procedures have been employed to protect against unauthorized access, disclosure, modification, or destruction of information under our control, as well as the loss, misuse, or alteration of this website and/or associated electronic information resources. The information resources that support this site undergo an annual information security risk assessment via the Information Security Awareness Assessment and Compliance (ISAAC) system. The ISAAC system is used to assess the security posture of information systems and measure compliance with information security standards. View our Security Policy.
If you have any questions about the practices of this site or your use of this website, please contact: