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BYU–Hawaii Website Publishing

University Communications works together with Enterprise & Information Systems to train and empower university departments as they create online content that is consistent with the university's identity, accessible to people of all abilities, and compliant with university policies. Like other Church Educational System and Church entities, BYU–Hawaii uses a content management system called Brightspot for web publishing. Brightspot is a user-friendly and secure solution to the university's online needs.

Request Website Revisions

Notice something that needs to be changed or something missing from a BYU–Hawaii website? A designated department website content manager administers each BYUH website. Contact that site or department's content manager to request a change.

Request Website Management Permissions

Need access to making changes to a BYU–Hawaii department website? University Communications centrally manages the user permissions and publishing process. Read more about the roles available for each department or fill out a permissions request.

Support for Content Managers and Editors

University Communications will continue to facilitate training, access, and publishing of online content. Please remember University Communication's responsibility is to train and manage department access so that departments can manage their own online content within university guidelines.

Popular Support Resources

Contact the Web Team

The web team can help with training and troubleshooting the Brightspot process or help with UC reviews and web publishing if you need something done at a specific time.

Website Permissions Request Form

Request a Brightspot account and role permissions to revise department websites.

Submit an Event Form

Add an event to the University Events website.

Revise an Event

Contact the bulletin editor to update an event information on the University Events website.

Start a Web Form

Web forms are popular ways to collect a certain set of information. Depending on the kind of information being collected, there are a few different options available.