Montana Tech of the University of Montana

Location: Butte, Montana
Type: Public
Federal Circuit: 9th Circuit

Speech Code Rating

Montana Tech of the University of Montana has been given the speech code rating Red. A red light university has at least one policy that both clearly and substantially restricts freedom of speech. Read more here.

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Red Light Policies

Yellow Light Policies
  • Residence Hall Handbook: Student Rights and Responsibilities 11-12

    Speech Code Category: Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility, Statement

    You have specific rights and responsibilities as a member of
    the Montana Tech campus community. These include the: ... Right to be free from fear, intimidation, and physical
    or emotional harm. You have the right to feel safe from all
    harm. Report any threatening behavior to an RA or the Office
    of Residence Life.

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  • Residence Life Handbook: Inappropriate Behavior 11-12

    Speech Code Category: Other Speech Codes, Statement

    Any behavior deemed to be inappropriate and thought to
    damage the community living model is strictly prohibited and
    will be documented and referred to the Director of Residence
    Life. Inappropriate behavior is subject to judicial action and a
    variety of sanctions.

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  • Board of Regents Policy & Procedures Manual: Information Technology – Students 13-14

    Speech Code Category: Internet Usage Policies, Statement

    GUIDELINES: RECOMMENDATIONS, NOT REQUIREMENTS ... The following items represent, but do not fully define, misuse of information technology resources ... Using resources for derogatory, racially offensive, sexually offensive, harassing, threatening, or discriminatory purposes.

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Green Light Policies
  • College Community Expectations Program Manual: Students Rights 13-14

    Speech Code Category: Advertised Commitments to Free Expression, Statement

    In their relations w ith the College and the Montana University System, students have
    the same legal duties and obligations as other persons and enjoy the same freedoms of
    speech, press, religion, peaceful assembly, and petition. Therefore, the College shall
    respect the rights guaranteed by the Constitution and law s of the United States and
    the State of Montana.

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