The University has designated a space on campus as a "free speech and assembly area" that may be used without prior scheduling. ... The free speech and assembly area is the space in front of University Hall, 60 feet from the front steps of the building extending to the corner of Starbucks. The area also encompasses the space in front of the Craven Rotunda on the third floor up the stairs to the fourth level of Craven. When assembling on the stairs, six (6) feet to the extreme left and right must be kept clear for pedestrian passage. This space may be used from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.
As to non-scheduled events, use of a different location may be permitted in instances such as a protest where the area may have symbolic relevance (e.g. Cesar Chavez statue).