The University of Scranton Web CMS
What is CMS?
CMS stands for Content Management System, a collection of tools designed to allow the creation, modification, organization and removal of information from a Web site. The Content Management System used by The University of Scranton is Hannon Hill's Cascade Server. Beginning in the fall of 2008, the University redesigned its website as part of a Web-CMS conversion project. Conversion of University of Scranton websites was done in phases. Projects were chosen through an evaluation and selection process through the Committee on University Image and Promotion (CUIP) with input from Deans of the four colleges and the Office of Admissions. In the summer of 2013, the University introduced a responsive web design across its full site. Responsive web design allows the layout to change according to the screen size of the user’s device.