Drupal Request Form
Cal Poly is attempting to limit "subdomain sprawl" because it causes a variety of problems (such as difficulties with SEO). As a result, you may be asked for more details regarding your site request. In particular, very small sites that only require a few pages are often best-suited to becoming a small subsection of a parent site rather than adding another standalone subdomain to Cal Poly's web presence.
When you explain the purpose of your site in the below form, it can greatly help to expedite the request processing speed if you can explain why the site needs it own separate subdomain. If you have SEO questions, the University Marketing team may be able to assist via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use this form if you would like to request a brand new site, or if you would like to join the growing list of Drupal users at Cal Poly and migrate your existing site into our system.
If you would like more information on the process behind provisioning and migrating sites, please refer to our Drupal Site Process page.
Cal Poly strives to ensure campus information and communication technology is accessible, secure and reliable to student, employee, and community audiences.
To see if your unit/program qualifies for a Drupal site, read Who Gets Drupal Sites?.