- Multnomah University reserves its copyright to any and all materials posted online.
- Our website content is only to be used for informational and noncommercial purposes only. For these purposes only, you may copy and print content for your personal use.
- No graphics or text may be modified in any way; should graphics be printed or distributed, they must accompany the text.
- The logo of Multnomah University may not be used in any form. Any permission to print them or use them electronically must be routed through the Marketing Department at Multnomah.
- If you need to report copyright infringement, please contact us with the following information:
- Specific information as to what was copied.
- Location of where you saw it copied.
- Name of person or persons accused of copying material.
- A statement verifying that the information you share with Multnomah is correct and accurate.
- Your name and phone number of how to be reached.
I. Linking to Multnomah’s Website
II. Official and Unofficial Websites
Visitors to Multnomah University’s Website should be able to clearly distinguish between “official” websites from faculty and departments and “unofficial” or “personal” websites from members of the campus community. The distinguishing mark will be the official logo of the institution. It should be noted that Multnomah Bible College and Multnomah Biblical Seminary owns and controls the use of the official logo and any request for displaying it on a website must first be processed through the Marketing department.
Official ministries of Multnomah Bible College and Multnomah Biblical Seminary that are either linked to our website or directly part of it will display the school’s official logo. Those ministries will have the freedom to develop their website under the guiding principles of the institution.
Our Standard Disclaimer: All faculty and staff unofficial pages should contain a graphic element at the top of the page which designates the page as unofficial and provides a link to the full text of the standard disclaimer.
Posting to Multnomah’s website by individuals reflect their own thoughts and interests. They do not implicitly or explicitly represent the official positions or policies of Multnomah University. Therefore, authors of unofficial web pages or links assume responsibility and liability for the content of their documents.
Copyright Policy of Multnomah University
Multnomah University respects the rights of creators of original works of authorship and expects administration, faculty, students, and staff to comply with U.S. Copyright Law protecting such works. In keeping with copyright’s purpose and our mission to prepare Christian leaders for the church, community and the world, copyrighted materials are lawfully distributed at Multnomah University in order to support learning and advance knowledge creation.
If you are a faculty member or student with questions about how to use copyrighted material in scholarship or teaching, please consult the Multnomah University Copyright Guide or the Atla Copyright and Fair Use Guide.
Questions or complaints regarding Multnomah University’s use of copyrighted materials may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.