Thank you for visiting the University of Arizona, Office of Career Services on one of our Social Media outlets (Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus). Your contributions to this community are appreciated. Community contributed content on these pages are the opinion of the specific author and do not represent Career Services or the University of Arizona.
Career Services abides by Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, Twitter's Terms of Service, the Google + User Content and Conduct Policy and asks our fans to do the same. In particular, please do not "post unauthorized commercial solicitations (such as spam);" "bully, intimidate or harass any user;" "post content that is hateful, threatening, pornographic or that contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence;" or "do anything unlawful, misleading, malicious or discriminatory" on any Career Services Social Media page.
We will not delete comments because of their point of view; however, we reserve the right to remove comments that:
- Contain profanity.
- Sell or advertise a product or service.
- Are libelous.
- Condone or encourage illegal activity.
- May be considered spam or are irrelevant to the primary contents of the page.
- Could compromise the safety of a member of the public or the individual who created the comment, post or discussion.
We encourage all users to utilize the "Report" links when they find abusive content.
In addition, Career Services asks its contributors to abide by the following usage guidelines:
- Adhere to relevant federal, institutional, NACE, and departmental rules or guidelines, especially as they concern privacy. FERPA regulations limit how confidential student information may be disclosed. Be aware of how these rules could affect social media use.
- Be authentic. The Career Services online accounts represent the UA, but they are managed by people. Own your content and do not share or endorse anything unless you personally would endorse it.
- Seek permission for copyrighted material. Never post copyrighted photos, music, text or video content without the permission of the copyright owner.
- Be transparent. The fine line between professional and personal online accounts is easily blurred. Be honest about who you are and your role within the University.
- Exercise good judgment. Because information posted online becomes a permanent record, be as accurate as possible. Correct mistakes as soon as they are noticed.
- Bring value to the network. Stay on topic and contribute to the discussion.
- Be respectful of others who contribute to your online conversation. Users are free to discuss topics and disagree with one another, but please be respectful of others’ opinions. Be civil in your discourse, think twice before posting and use customer service best practices to respond to feedback.
Career Services thanks you for your contributions to its Social Media pages and for your help in creating a safe and vibrant online community.