SEU Sites allows current faculty, staff and students to create individual blogs or websites using WordPress.

You can create a blog for personal learning or reflection; your course, module, tutorial class or any other group; a departmental or faculty news blog; or an event or conference.

Getting Started

Once you arrive at sites.stedwards.edu, click the login button in the top left corner of the screen. When prompted, click on Login with St. Edwards Account. When you log in for the first time, a blog will be created for you automatically. A few things to know about this:
  • All sites will be created with your St. Edward's username and will have the address https://sites.stedwards.edu/[username].
  • Blogs or e-portfolios hosted at sites.stedwards.edu may be exported by following these instructions. You can import your site into any external WordPress site.
  • If you need a site for a class or an organization, please contact OIT support. Instructional Technology will assist you with the setup. 
  • If you'd like some more tips on getting started, check out our video tutorial and help documents.

Creating Class Blogs or Student Class Blogs

If you are a faculty member and would like a site for your class or for your students to have individual sites for a class assignment, please contact OIT support. Instructional Technology will assist you with the setup. 

Other Options for Creating a Website

St. Edward's also offers a web-hosting platform to faculty and students through Google Sites. Google Sites might be a good fit for easily and quickly creating a simple website for a class project or to use as a wiki because of its ease of use and its flexibility with personal themes. Google Sites is tightly integrated with other G Suite applications and makes building a site using content in Drive, Sheets, Docs, etc., simple.  Take a look at our comparison to see which platform is right for you.