All activities held by student organizations are to receive the approval of both the
advisor and the Director of Student Activities and Services before plans are completed.
Activities must be scheduled in accordance with University policies and procedures and must
be scheduled at times and in a manner that will not disrupt the “normal” operation of the
University and other activities of the University.
There are bulletin boards in each of the campus buildings. There is a large electronic
marquee located in front of the Health and Physical Education Complex. Information and
announcements for the students’ benefit are regularly placed on these boards. All
announcements placed on the bulletin boards must be approved and signed by the Vice
Chancellor for Student Affairs or the designees. Announcements for the marquee should be
submitted to the office of the Director of Student Services and Activities or to the Media &
Public Relations Coordinator.
All materials, flyers, leaflets, and brochures to be posted on campus from students, student clubs and organizations and non-university affiliated community groups must first be approved by the Office of Student Leadership and Development or other appropriate university department. Other University departments may also supply materials to be posted to the Office of Student Leadership and Development who will place materials in appropriate display cases and bulletin boards around campus. Every effort will be made to post requested materials within 24 hours from the time the materials are approved. All materials will be removed 14 days after approval or after the event is complete whichever comes first. Students should in no way tack, stick, glue, paste, pin, staple, or otherwise affix any materials on any door, wall, window, or other surface on campus without prior approval from the Office of Student Leadership and Development.
In accordance with university policy, the Director of Student Activities or his designee, must approve all posters, signs and other promotional materials.