Acceptable Use Statement

EDUniverse is managed and curated by staff at mStoner on behalf of the higher education community. We welcome participation, interaction, comments, and feedback from community members. However, mStoner, Inc., is not responsible for comments or wall postings made by visitors to this community. Comments posted do not in any way reflect the opinions of mStoner or its staff members.

EDUniverse is an open community with only a few rules.

We ask that people create profiles and post and comment under their own names. Most people participate in EDUniverse because they work on a campus or (like us) work with people who do. This is an open community, but if we don’t recognize your name or affiliation, don’t be surprised if we ask you where you work and why you’re interested in participating in EDUniverse. We don’t want to exclude people with a genuine interest, but all of us want this community to be spam-free and we will reject profile requests from spammers and delete profiles of those who spam our community.

We also ask that people commenting on posts by others show respect for their fellow community members by ensuring the discussion remains civil. Remember that your name and photo will be seen next to your comment, visible to all visitors to the site.

We reserve the right, but assume no obligation, to remove comments that are racist, sexist, abusive, profane, violent, obscene, or are spam; that advocate illegal activity; that contain falsehoods or that libel, incite, threaten or make ad hominem attacks on EDUniverse community participants or others.

We reserve the right to delete posts that are wildly off-topic, including those that are essentially link-spam.

We do not permit messages selling products or promoting commercial, political or other ventures. These posts/comments will be deleted immediately.

People who share content on EDUniverse retain the rights to their content. So first, please make sure that what you’re sharing is yours to share in the first place. If you share your own copyrighted content on EDUniverse, you retain the right to that content. If we discover that you are posting content that is copyrighted by someone else without permission, we’ll remove that content.

We encourage all users to utilize the “Report” links when you find abusive content or other content that violates these guidelines.

Finally, we reserve the right to change the terms of use at any time.

If you have questions about the EDUniverse community, please email We’ll respond.