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Website Development

To create a new Feinberg website or redesign your current website, you must coordinate with the Office of Communications' Web Team. The team can build a site for you in Cascade, our content management system, within Feinberg's web development and branding guidelines

To make updates or changes to your current website, review our Cascade Training & Support page for how-to manuals and to request Cascade help from the Web Team.

Departments, Centers & Institutes

If you are a site owner or editor for a Feinberg department, center, or institute, please fill out the form below to contact the Web Team with a web project request. The Team will then be in touch to determine correct next steps for your project request. Please note that the team maintains a project queue which has projects scheduled out for several months and you may have a significant wait time for your request.

Request a Web Project

Lab Sites

The Feinberg Web Team can build a site for you in Cascade, the same content management system and template used for department and center sites. Before initiating a lab site request, please note:
  1. You must collect all necessary site content prior to getting into our project queue. Download a list of the content requirements.
  2. We are currently scheduled out for several months, so there would be a significant wait time.
  3. You must have a full-time lab staff member available to be assigned and trained to keep the site updated in Cascade.

If you need a lab website built urgently, you can use NU Sites, a WordPress-based solution for building and managing websites and blogs provided by Northwestern University. It is free of charge to university faculty and staff but is not supported by our team. Please note that you would be managing your own website.

Additional information is available via our Website Development Policy

Request a Lab Site

Custom URL Requests

We do not accept customized URL requests. Please read our Website Development Policy for details on our URL structures.