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Site Guidelines

Auburn University monitors posts and comments to our social media community. We ask that you read and follow our guidelines when participating in Auburn Works discussions.

All posts and comments are moderated on stories and videos posted here. you as we begin our community experience. Your posts will be moderated as soon as possible. The site is monitored throughout the day.

Those signing up with addresses will be approved first (because we easily confirm them). All other email addresses will require that we contact you first to assure that the email address is valid.

1.) Use your real name. We believe in transparency. The authors here post their real name. Anonymous posts are not allowed.

2.) Be respectful of others. Sexist, racist and other discriminatory comments or images will be removed immediately. Users are free to discuss topics and disagree with another, but please be respectful of others' opinions.

3.) Keep it clean. Do not post offensive, obscene or sexually explicit language or photos - such posts will be removed immediately.

4.) Keep your contact information private and simple. Do not share personal information beyond the basic information required for signup. The email address you used at signup is not visible to other members. Elsewhere in the network (beyond the initial signup), for your own safety and security, please refrain from posting personal contact information (home phone numbers, mailing addresses, personal email addresses, etc.).

You control what messages you get from this site by clicking Settings and choosing the Privacy section.

We strongly encourage you to check "Wait for my approval" where ever it is offered in your privacy settings. This will protect you and the site from unwanted comments.

5.) Don't spam. We encourage you to use the space as a platform to share information about your work and achievements. However, commercial advertisements, solicitations and promotions are not allowed. This is not intended to be a space where tickets to events, for instance, are offered for sale or trade.

6.) Stay on topic. We encourage open discussion among alumni; however, postings that are deemed irrelevant to the Auburn community may be removed at our discretion.


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