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Linfield's website is the online face of Linfield University., our main website, is used as a marketing and recruiting tool. It is designed and written for prospective students and their families as the primary audience. It also serves our alumni community and prospective donors. This site is maintained by the Office of Strategic Communications.

Inside Linfield is our intranet site. It serves our internal community of current students, faculty and staff. In partnership with ITS, strategic communications oversee the design and function of Inside Linfield. Individual departments are responsible for maintaining their content.

Revising content on

Content contributors in the admission, financial aid, registrar, presidential, alumni engagement and academic affairs offices maintain information for their respective areas of through Cascade CMS (CCMS), our web content management system. All other sections are managed and maintained by the Office of Strategic Communications. 

It is the responsibility of our office to maintain a consistent and cohesive representation of our brand. It is also our role to ensure the site remains in compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) standards.

How do I request an edit?

The first step is to review the following documents:

When you are done, send a request to Jill King. We will work together to update your information. Depending on the scope of your work, a meeting to discuss further may be scheduled. 

If you are in one of the departments listed above and have been designated a content contributor, review the CCMS training materials.

Revising content on Inside Linfield

Inside Linfield is intended to share information with our internal community of students, faculty and staff. Departments with sections on Inside Linfield have the ability to designate someone on their team as a content contributor to revise and maintain their pages.

How do I request access for my department?

Once your department determines who will be responsible for editing your department pages on Inside Linfield, the first step is reviewing the training materials. When done, send an email to Jill King to schedule a final 30-minute live training session. You will then be given contributor access to CCMS for your section.

If you do not currently have someone in your department to maintain your pages, you can simply email any revision requests to


If you have any questions on either site, don't hesitate to reach out. We are here to help!

Jill B. King '98
Director of Website Communications
Melrose Hall, Suite 212