E-mail Exchange Between Seminole Community College Administrator Randall Pawlowski and Eliana Campos

By June 2, 2005

Campos’s first e-mail:

> >>> “Eliana Campos” 5/24/2005 5:43:15 PM
> >>>
>Mr. Pawloski,
>
>I was wondering if you could direct me to the policy that states that
>only recognized groups are allowed to table in the Little Bean.  Also
>what exactly does “recognized groups” mean?  Does that include the army
>or navy?
>Or does that mean recognized school groups?
>
>Thank you very much for your time…
>
>Eliana Campos

Pawlowski’s response:

>From: “Randall Pawlowski”
>To:
>Subject: Re: A quick question…
>Date: Thu, 26 May 2005 18:41:16 -0400
>
>
>Hi Eliana,
>
>Please give me a call at 407-328-2320 on Tuesday, May 31st or on
>Wednesday, June 1st when time permits so that I can answer all of your
>questions in person.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Randy

Campos’ second e-mail:

> >>> “Eliana Campos” 5/31/2005 4:29:07 PM
> >>> >>>
>Mr. Palowski,
>
>Thank you very much for responding to my e-mail.  Right now I am
>traveling, therefore I am unavailable for a phone call.  I don’t feel
>that a phone conversation would be necessary anyways.  I would simply
>like a copy of the written policy on tabling or a pointer to where I
>could find the policy in college literature or on the website.
>
>Again thank you for your time,
>Eliana Campos

Pawlowski’s response:

>From: “Randall Pawlowski”
>To:
>CC: “James Henningsen”
>Subject: Re: SCC Procedure that you requested
>Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2005 12:47:31 -0400
>
>
>Hi Eliana,
>
>Here is a copy of the SCC Procedure 6.07 on “Use of College Grounds for
>Free Speech and Assembly” that you requested:
>
>Purpose:
>The purpose of this procedure is to define the process for use of
>College grounds for student exercise of free speech and assembly.
>
>Procedure:
>
>1.  Seminole Community College grounds may be available for student
>exercise of free speech and assembly only in areas specifically
>identified for that purpose by the President or designee.
>
>2.  Use of SCC grounds for this purpose will be conducted in a manner
>not to interfere with the conduct of classes or the normal activities
>of the College. Determination of what constitutes interference will be
>made by the College President or designee and shall reflect the best
>interest of the college educational needs.
>
>3.  The designated area for free speech and assembly on the
>Sanford/Lake Mary campus will be the open grass area between the
>Student Center, the G Building, the T-2 Building and the covered
>walkway between the G Building and the Student Center. The designated
>area on the Oviedo campus will be adjacent to the clock tower at the center of campus.
>
>4.  Student conduct during assembly and free speech events must meet
>all requirements identified under “student responsibilities” in the
>College catalog.
>
>
>Best Regards,
>
>Randy
>407-328-2320

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