We support our centrally-run content management systems and their standard features at no charge. Support for custom systems, special features, or website customizations are deemed fee-for-service work.
Submit a Support Request
Please provide as much information as you can so we can help you. URLs, browser, and steps to recreate the problem are appreciated.
- Submit a support request in the Service Portal
- Email email@example.com.
- Phone OIT's Support and Operations Center at 609-258-HELP (4357)
- Request work on an existing website using the work request form
Sign up for Remote Support
Reserve a time slot for a Zoom session with a WDS staff member. Be sure to specify the reason for your appointment so that we can have the appropriate staff member present. Sign up via Bookings
Website Wednesday & Newsletter
Website Wednesday meetings are held one Wednesday per month during the academic year. The format consists of presentations, followed by 30 minutes of informal discussion and support.
After the meeting, you will receive the WDS@Work digital newsletter. The newsletter highlights Website Wednesday talks, new Site Builder features, upcoming training classes, and other important information about our work around campus.
Princeton Site Builder Mailing List
To join the list, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "JOIN SITEBUILDER-VER2" in the body of the email and leave the subject blank.
Drupal Support Mailing List
Use this mailing list to ask the Princeton Drupal community general questions about Drupal. The Drupal Support list is verbose and contains questions, suggestions, and support from all members of Princeton's Drupal community. To join the Drupal Support list, send an email to email@example.com with "JOIN DRUPAL-SUPPORT" in the body of the email and leave the subject blank.
Join the larger Drupal Community
Participate in the Central NJ Drupal Meetup, which is the local Drupal Group. The meetup is intended to bring together University and community members interested in building and strengthening the Drupal community. Participants in the meetup discuss recent and exciting Drupal-related news, present interesting topics, and share knowledge.