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Moderation and content standards
We like to hear from you on social media, but we don't accept content that:
- is defamatory, derogatory, or discriminatory
- includes confidential or proprietary information
- is not directly related to university business
- sells or promotes third-party products and services
- uses inappropriate or offensive language
- condones or encourages unsavoury or illegal behaviour.
Our official accounts are monitored by administrators, who are responsible for moderating content posted by visitors. Administrators will take appropriate action, which may include removing your content or blocking you from our official accounts, if the content you share doesn't meet our community standards.
Content posted by others on our official social media accounts may not reflect the opinions or policies of the university.
Personal information on social media
You should never publish your personal information on social media. Your personal information may include your:
- email address
- student number
- phone number
- home address.
Studying at QUT
If you need advice about your enrolment or future studies with us, contact the Student Centre.