By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor
Mark is taking a break from his column this month. This is a reprise of an article we ran in April.
Student Organizations on the Web
As we reported in January, UNT's Central Web support provides Web space to official University student organizations, free of charge. All you need to do to get your organization online is obtain a UNT internet account at http://getlogin.unt.edu/ and complete an "Application for Student Organization Computing Services." The application can be obtained on the third floor of the University Union suite 422 at the Student Activities Center. Once the center approves your organization you'll receive a message from Central Web Support giving you all the information you need to place your organization online.
The UNT Student Organization's Website can be found at http://orgs.unt.edu/. Why not visit the site and take a look at all the organizations that are currently represented there? Everything from Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps to sororities and fraternities to religious groups to dorm organizations has a Web page.
If you need help getting your organization's Web page created, Central Web Support offers several courses about publishing with both Microsoft FrontPage and Netscape Communicator each semester. These free courses are announced here in Benchmarks Online in the Short Courses column and also on the Training Web at http://www.unt.edu/training/shortcrs.htm.