Drupal is the official content management system (CMS) of the University of Minnesota. It is an open source content management platform used by many organizations around the world, including institutions of higher education, to build and maintain websites and web applications. The University has a robust list of available Drupal modules for organizing and presenting your web content.
Versions of Drupal
Drupal Enterprise 7 will reach end-of-life in November 2022. UMN websites hosted in Drupal 7 must be moved to Drupal 8 by July 2021, or Drupal 9 by November 2022. Learn more about the Drupal transition.
Drupal Enterprise 8 will reach end-of-life in November 2021.
Drupal Enterprise 9, the newest version of the content management platform, is now available for developers to explore and use.
Drupal Lite is a simpler version of the University's Drupal Enterprise platform. It is geared for anyone who is not a developer but would like to create a small or medium site. Drupal Lite 7 and Drupal Lite 8 will continue to be available and supported for the foreseeable future. Learn more about Drupal Lite.
Find out when features, modules, patches, and the like for Drupal Enterprise at UMN will be added, changed, or retired. Site owners will no longer be notified by email of any changes that don't require action, but the changes will be posted here.
Learn how to build a site in Drupal Enterprise 7. Drupal Enterprise is the official web content management system of the University of Minnesota; Drupal Enterprise 7 will reach end-of-life by July 2020. Learn about the transition to Drupal...
A dynamic and responsive group of Drupal users world-wide communicate regularly in the Drupal.org community forums.
A dynamic and responsive group of Drupal users world-wide communicate regularly in the Drupal.org community forums. Check out what people are currently working to improve, post questions you have, and connect with others.