Social Media Community Guidelines
MSU Denver’s social media channels are a community created for current and prospective students, alumni, faculty and staff, supporters and friends.
We see each as a gathering place to celebrate the University, its people, programs and achievements, as well as a forum to share pertinent information. We absolutely love it when members of the Roadrunner family contribute to the conversation and encourage civil discussion.
That said, we do have some ground rules for posts/comments/tweets that help this community remain a safe and welcoming place for all members.
We reserve the right to delete posts/comments/tweets that:
- Use profane language, personal attacks, threats, name-calling, bullying, taunting, baiting, hate speech or are in any other way deemed reckless to the community. We will delete anything that could be construed as defamation or libel. Comments written in all caps or other formatting intended to be combative or annoying will be deleted. We expect all participants to be respectful of one another even in expressing differences. Please ask yourself if you are being rude before sharing.
- Feel like spam in any way. That could mean something that is NSFW, irrelevant to the post or conversation, is obsessive or repetitive in nature, or trying to sell a product, person, company or experience. Cutting and pasting whole articles from other places will likely be construed as spam.
- Infringe on anyone’s right to privacy. One example of this would be publishing a person’s private email, phone number, address or an inappropriate photo of them without their permission.
Those who regularly violate these ground rules will be banned from future participation.