Your First Amendment Rights as a Student at UCLA 13-14

Category: Protest and Demonstration Policies School: University of California, Los Angeles Statement Rating: Green

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While individuals may exercise the constitutionally protected rights of speech and assembly on university grounds that are generally open to the public, these activities must not interfere with the orderly operation of the campus and must be conducted in a manner that reasonably protects others from becoming involuntary audiences. for the purpose of applying “time, place, and manner” restrictions, “grounds open to the public generally” are defined as follows: Between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and midnight, paved pedestrian walkways and lawns on University property are generally open to the public, except those: 1. Within areas reserved for classes, public performances, organized activities, or special events; 2. on vehicular driveways, streets and parking lots; or 3. on and adjacent to public entrances to the hospital and outpatient clinics, except as provided for in the specific regulations governing the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and Medical Plaza area.

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