There are several areas located on the University campus that are open to students and RSOs for
free speech, protests, leafleting, etc. and require no reservation or notice (unless such use also
includes the placement of tables, booths, structures, large displays, vehicles, sound, audio or PA
systems, or when assistance is needed from the University, in which case reservations as noted in
Paragraph B below are required) … The public areas for use by RSOs/Students include all public sidewalks, and the following areas:
Areas Governed by Student Life (405-325-4415)
Concrete South of Bizzell Statue
East side of Dale Hall
West side of Gaylord Hall
Lloyd Noble Parking Lot-Southeast Quadrant
South Oval (West side grassy area and East side grassy area)
East side Dale Hall, Copeland Hall, Kaufman Hall, Gittinger Hall or Nielson Hall
West side of Gaylord Hall, Gould Hall, George Lynn Cross Hall or Richards Hall
East side of Physical Science Center
West lawn of Felgar Hall
Gould Hall courtyard
Library Mall walkway north of Nielson Hall
Dale Hall breezeway
Non-landscaped areas of the North Oval
The grassy area immediately north of Evans Hall
TITLE 6 CAMPUS EXPRESSION
1. Campus expression shall be understood to mean any communication
of attitudes or opinions on any subject by any student by any means. Such expression shall not be limited, registered, restricted or require any official approval with the following exceptions:
.1 Where that form of expression might include individuals from outside the University Community.
.2 Where the method of communication might violate this Title of the Student Code.
.3 Any form of political activity will be subject to the provisions of the Student Code.
A. Students have the right of freedom of expression to the extent allowed by law.
B. Students may picket or demonstrate for a cause, subject to the following conditions:
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1. The students must act in an orderly and peaceful manner.
2. The students must not in any way interfere with the proper functioning of the University.
3. Where students demonstrate in an area not traditionally used as an open public forum, the
University reserves the right to make reasonable restrictions as to time, place, and manner of the
C. Students may distribute written material on campus without prior approval, providing such
distribution does not disrupt the operations of the University or violate University rules.
D. Students may invite to campus and hear on campus speakers of their choice on subjects of their choice; approval will not be withheld by any University official for the purpose of censorship.