Policy on Speech, Advocacy, and Distribution of Literature on University Grounds 13-14

Category: Advertised Commitments to Free Expression School: University of California, San Diego Statement Rating: Green

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Expressive activity on all university grounds is protected provided that it does not:
1. Unreasonably disrupt or interfere with university business;
2. Violate the legal rights of other persons, endanger their safety, or unreasonably disrupt, interfere,
or obstruct viewing or hearing an expressive activity of another person or group that is in
compliance with university policy;
3. Obstruct the ingress or egress to any university facility, or obstruct the use of any pedestrian
walkways, roadways, or fire lanes;
4. Unreasonably pose risk of damage to the environment (e.g., trees and other vegetation, wildlife) or
to property.

Non-commercial literature may be distributed on university grounds provided such distribution: (i) does not interfere with the orderly conduct of university operations; (ii) is not forced upon others.

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