Protest and Demonstration Policies

Protest and Demonstration Policies

The Graduate Student Council, as representative of the Stanford University graduate student body, condemns all acts of intolerance on campus. We believe that a hate-free environment is conducive to academic excellence and social responsibility, and we call on all members of the Stanford community to contribute to an environment of tolerance, respect of difference, and... Read more Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

The Graduate Student Council, as representative of the Stanford University graduate student body, condemns all acts of intolerance on campus. We believe that a hate-free environment is conducive to academic excellence and social responsibility, and we call on all members of the Stanford community to contribute to an environment of tolerance, respect of difference, and... Read more Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

The University believes that a graduate student body that is both highly qualified and diverse in terms of culture, class, race, ethnicity, background, work and life experiences, skills, and interests is essential to the educational process. Because of its strong belief in the value of diversity, Stanford especially encourages applicants from African Americans, Mexican Americans,... Read more Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

the following guidelines should assist in preventing the involvement or apparent involvement of the University in political activities in support of or opposition to any candidate for elective public office, that is, partisan political activities. Except in the limited circumstances set forth in section 3.b., below: 1) Use of Name and Seal: neither the name... Read more Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

Summary Stanford University, as a charitable entity, is subject to federal, state, and local laws and regulations regarding political activities Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

*Help establish community norms and groundrules to ensure open and honest communication and responsible student conduct. *Be sensitive to the needs of all groups in the residence, and help residents to be aware of each others’ concerns. *Plan programs and discussions about cultural background, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, race, class, gender, and other diversity issues.... Read more Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

College Assistants (CAs) are paid undergraduate student staff who live in the Freshman/Sophomore College in Sterling Quad’s Adams and Schiff Houses. The College employs an alternative residential model such that CAs serve in place of Resident Assistants (RAs) and Head Advising Associates (HAAs). CAs create residential environments that enhance student academic progress and success and... Read more Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

*Help establish community norms and groundrules to ensure open and honest communication and responsible student conduct. *Be sensitive to the needs of all groups in the residence, and help residents to be aware of each others’ concerns. *Plan programs and discussions about cultural background, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, race, class, gender, and other diversity issues.... Read more Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

*Help establish community norms and groundrules to ensure open and honest communication and responsible student conduct. *Be sensitive to the needs of all groups in the residence, and help residents to be aware of each others’ concerns. *Plan programs and discussions about cultural background, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, race, class, gender, and other diversity issues.... Read more Read more


Protest and Demonstration Policies

Any willful, intentional, and/or persistent act that annoys, degrades or embarrasses another individual may be considered harassment and is prohibited. Any intentional and/or persistent telephone calls designed to or having the effect of annoying any member of the University community will result in University disciplinary action and may result in criminal and/or civil action. The... Read more Read more



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